translated from Spanish: Government to take complaints of human rights violations in Venezuela

The Government will begin to receive complaints about possible human rights violations in Venezuela. The Ministry of Justice shall be responsible for taking the testimonies and information of persons who have suffered or become aware of such facts. This data will then be analysed and its referral to the relevant international bodies assessed, with the intention of contributing to the arrest of these crimes. If necessary, the identity of those approaching to making the complaints will be reserved, in accordance with global standards. As reported by the Government, this decision was taken within the framework of the report prepared by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, in which she questions the situation in Venezuela.

As of July 24 and 27, 2019, and July 29 and 31 at the Migrant Orientation Center located in President Luis Sáenz Peña 1626 (CABA), between 10 and 20hs reports of DDHH violations will be received in Venezuela. Any additional information call line 149 — Germán Garavano (@german_garavano)
July 21, 2019

How can the complaints be made?
At the Migrant Orientation Center, located on President Luis Saenz Peña Street at 1626, in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, between 24 and 27, and between July 29 and 31, from 10:00 to 20:00.In addition, the 149 victim assistance telephone line was enabled , which works 24 hours a day.

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