Defending civil and liberties rights

Historical memory and transitional justice

The “principles of Transitional Justice” are the product of a clear international consensus. Its four pillars establish that in the face of crimes committed before a transition process, the State must satisfy the rights to truth, justice and reparation of the victims, as well as adopt all the necessary measures to guarantee non-repetition.
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