July 26, 2021

The Prosecutor’s Office investigates 5,558 victims of human rights violations in protests in Chile

The National Prosecutor’s Office of Chile confirmed Friday that it investigates complaints of 5,558 victims who claim to have suffered human rights violations during protests in the country, which leave at least 27 dead in more than 100 days since the beginning of the revolt Social.

The figures cover the period of time from the beginning of the protests, on October 18, 2019, and on November 30 of that year, and account for 4,525 male victims and 1,031 women. In terms of ages, 4,719 were adults and 834 minors.

The report published by the Public Ministry also added that of the more than 5,000 victims, 4,170 accused the police force of Carabineros as guilty of the institutional violence suffered.


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