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Newsletter December, 2018 New Age, No. 310 Index The voice of the president ....... 3 Event of the month .................. 7 Press releases ........................... 8 Recommendations ................. 13 Article of the month ............... 19 Book of the month ................. 19 Carta de Novedades, Nueva Época, No. 310, diciembre 2018, es una Publicación mensual editada por la Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos, Periférico Sur 3469, Col. San Jerónimo Lídice, Alcaldía Magdalena Contreras, C. P. 10200, Ciudad de México, Teléfonos (55) 56 81 81 25 y 54 90 74 00, Lada sin costo 01800 715 2000, mx. Editor responsable: Secretaría Ejecutiva, CNDH, Mtra. Consuelo Olvera Treviño. Reserva de Derechos al Uso Exclusivo No. 04-2015-050410012300-203, otorgada por el Instituto Nacional del Derecho de Autor, ISSN: en trámite. Responsable de la última actualización de este Número, Secretaría Ejecutiva, CNDH, Lic. Juan Carlos Villalobos López, Blvd. Adolfo López Mateos, 1922, 1er piso, Col. Tlacopac, Alcaldía Álvaro Obregón, C. P. 01049, Ciudad de México, fecha de la última modificación 31 de diciembre de 2018. Las opiniones expresadas por los autores no necesariamente reflejan la postura del editor de la publicación. Queda prohibida la reproducción total o parcial de los contenidos e imágenes de la publicación sin previa autoriza- ción de la Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos. 3 Remarks made by Mr. Luis Raúl González Pérez, President of the National Commission of Human Rights, on the delivery of the 2018 National Human Rights Award Mexico City, December 10, 2018 Through the years, representa- tives of the Federal Government has witnessed in these delivery ceremonies of the National Hu- man Rights Award the commit- ment and work of many Mexi- cans that have adopted human dignity as a purpose and a way of life. Although the calls and denunciations made from this podium for a bigger respect of legality, of human rights and ba- sic liberty of persons, as well as for the defense and attention of the claims of victims and socie- ty, have not found enough echo, nor gotten the expected complete answers. This occasion, when the cere- mony award returns to the histo- rical site of the Executive Power, is meaningful because of the fact that Mexico is going through a serious human rights situation as our government has just re- cognized before the continental human rights promotion and de- fense body, while facing a series of transformations. Your man- date, Mr. President, begins from an undisputable majority deci- sion made by Mexican society in order to search a change that allow us to leave behind practi- ces and problems that have mar- ked Mexico for the last decades and that are expressed in the pai- rings of violence and insecurity, corruption and impunity, as well as poverty and exclusion. Victims and Mexican society accumulate a series of non- ful- filled demands and other grie- vances that must be addressed and compensated. This will make people recover confidence and proximity with institutions. Mexico demands a change and a transformation sustained on the respect on the constitution, on laws, as well as on resources and guarantees that our judicial sys- tem grants and recognizes to all people. Corruption violates human ri- ghts, as well does impunity, vio- lence, insecurity, and exclusion. All of them are elements that have negatively affected our so- cial coexistence and people´s life quality. People enjoy a wide catalog of rights legally recognized since years ago, but frequently viola- ted. Because of that, many voices have risen to demand not only the acknowledgement of rights, but also the existence of real me- chanisms for their guarantee and defense. This is just one of the fields where we could highlight the relevant work made by Héc- tor Fix Zamudio, who receives to- day the National Human Rights Award. He is a scholar, resear- cher, and a remarkable universi- ty member, humanist and by his own accomplishments, one of the undisputable pillars and exam- ples of the development and consolidation of human rights and of guarantee mechanisms in Mexico and Ibero-America. I highlight the role of Héctor Fix-Zamudio, as President of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights for two periods even befo- re Mexico accepted the decisions and judgments of such tribunal, as well as on the UN Sub-Com- mission on the Prevention of Dis- crimination and the Protection of Minorities. He is an example of coherence, of personal and pro- fessional responsibility; he decli- ned several public charges offers, even for becoming a Minister of the Supreme Court of Justice due for his conviction and academic commitment for keeping for- ming people and researches wi- thin the National Autonomous University of Mexico. In particular, it is indisputable that Fix Zamudio is along with Jorge Carpizo and other notable jurists like Diego Valadés and Sergio García Ramírez, one of the main scholars of Law, and responsible on a large scale of the development of the culture of protection and defense of human rights in Ibero America. By gran- ting this award, the National Commission of Human Rights recognizes the work and trajec- tory of one of the individuals that made it possible. The CNDH is and has been a State´s, institu- tion, independent from govern- ments, political parties, political interests of any kind, whose vo- cation and justification is to ser- ve Mexico and the Mexicans. For more than 28 years, it has served as an institutional counterweight against power abuses, so it is a way forward the protection and defense of human rights. The CNDH has always been next to the Law and people. This national commission emerges from the need of defending hu- man dignity and human rights; therefore, it is not a product of any model or economic system. Our work in mediation, conci- liation; as our denunciations, ex- hortations and recommendations have been only possible thanks to an immutable and indispensa- ble condition for the functioning of the Ombudsperson: his fully autonomy and independence from any power or interest. The authority that tries to infringe this Independence or undermi- ne this autonomy infringes de- mocratic principles and sows the seeds of an authoritarianism that The voice of the president New Age, No. 310 INDEX 4 New Age, No. 310 The voice of the president contravenes the very same essen- ce of our constitution and of the international commitments that the Mexican State has grasp in favor of human dignity. In the CNDH, we defend ri- ghts, not privileges; therefore, the basis for our action is in the cons- titution and laws, apart from po- litical or short-term decisions. We share the assumption that auste- rity should cover public life. We also, draw attention on the need that without violating rights, bu- reaucratic structures should be reviewed on a complete, infor- med and coherent approach that transcends the scope of salary is- sues and addresses the cause of inefficiencies and problems that have prevented Mexico counting with the strong institutional fra- mework it requires. We must not stigmatized public service; on the contrary, we must strengthen it by professional, real and ope- rative career services, so it can be a life choice for Mexicans. In that sense, our country will have a specialized and professional bu- reaucracy that allows and gua- rantees the normal development of independent institutions from government changes, and at the same time, preserve it from them. The capacity, integrity and commitment of public servants do not depend on the kind of charge they hold. We are convin- ced of the need and convenience of adjusting both excessive and insufficient pays, but such issue has to be accomplished following international standards, under objective parameters and based on the constitution. This must not infringe rights or weaken public service, and beyond using a dividing speech assuming the virtue or flaws of an individual regarding the sort of charge he or she holds, let us start talking about merit, capabilities, and professionalism. Mexico, because of its laws is undoubtedly a country of rights; however, the normative changes have not been sufficient to reach the real validity of them. Violen- ce has marked national life in the last few years, it has not been pre- vented or contained by the State, even some of its members have tolerated it or have taken part on serious cases like Aguas Blancas, Acteal, Apatzingán, Tanhuato, or Iguala, cases in which the com- mon denominator keeps being impunity that covers them all. The reconstruction of the so- cial tissue and the search for pea- ce cannot legitimate impunity or promote measures that deviate or condition the truth or justice. Mexico and its victims do not forget. Many people, in a his- torical struggle, have risked or sacrificed their lives searching a democratic society, where ri- ghts are applicable and people have institutions that can protect them from the whims and abu- ses of power. In the present year, the Hono- rary Mention of the National Hu- man Rights Award goes to Tita Radilla. She is victim and a social fighter, who from her pain has built a work for the validity of human rights so that our country do not forget those who are di- sappeared, including the people who was lost during the “Dirty War”. She has worked in order that truth, justice, and reparation do not dilute as the years pass, and for not disremembering the fight of those who are not present today, so it was not in vain. Her effort before the protection and defense of human rights before the Inter-American bodies con- tributed to redefine the scope of human rights in Mexico, and set the base to transform our judicial system with the 2011 constitutio- nal reform. We cannot deceive history. Oblivion does not bring truth, nor replaces justice. Only if we reach truth we can aspire that justice stops being an ambition and it becomes reality on practice. Wi- thout truth there will be no true justice, just a partial and condi- tional application of norms, more than justice, it legalizes and pre- serves impunity. Justice cannot be built upon oblivion. The pro- blem of disappearances in Mexi- co does not limit itself to the 43 students of Ayotzinapa, its extent is bigger, there are thousands of disappeared. We not only lack of 43, we lack of 37 thousand Mexi- cans who are waiting the Mexi- can State to undertake concrete and effective actions to address their cases. On this matter, we have said that transitional justice can be a way to solve some of the challen- ges the country faces, although it is not a panacea or a unique reci- pe for that. In fact, it is necessary to create in Mexico the condi- tions that makes possible its im- plementation and viability. The challenges on this regard are not easy, perhaps one of them are the terms and conditions that can operate in a criminality and vio- lence environment just as the one Mexico is facing. Usually, this has been applied when internal conflict situations, like dictators- hips or civil wars, where human rights violations were commit- ted; although it is not usual to do it facing crime groups, like the so-called organized crime. The mechanisms of transi- tional justice cannot mean a resignation to legality, or an undermining of democratic insti- tutionalism or the establishment of bodies above the law and abo- ve people´s human rights. The may not look for the application of discretional or biased justice, without accountability, infrin- ging defense and due process guarantees. The fact that these mechanisms will be substitutive or above institutions that provi- de justice is a wrong first step, which we must not take. From the CNDH we have in- sisted that Mexico needs to im- prove security, but not at any cost. We require the security of a rule of law State, where civil ins- titutions are not subordinated or delimited to military structures INDEX 5 Nueva época, No. 310 La voz del Presidente or control, where rights and res- pect to people´s dignity are not determined by authoritarian or discretionary acts. Respect and administration of justice, as well as the due probe and prosecution of crimes should be fundamental issues. Our country cannot allow itself to renounce to civil and de- mocratic institutionalism. We recognize that different preventive points on public sa- fety have been established in the 2018-2024 National Plan for Peace and Security, as well as a social approach to the interpretation of security and justice problems that the country faces. We also distinguish that in it, the gover- nment searched an inclusive po- licy for all rights, including those related to people´s security, as a proposal that rethinks the poli- cies of drug use and consumption with a comprehensive approach. The National Plan also includes a multidimensional perspective of peace construction that stimu- lates and promotes the harmonic coexistence of people, in a com- plementary way to violence re- duction policies. However, this national body cannot stop drawing the atten- tion, like when it did it regarding the Internal Security Law, about the embedded risks on favoring reactive actions and the use of force, particularly through the es- tablishment of a national guard. It is mainly formed by armed forces elements, which contrave- nes what the constitution states, as well as principles, recommen- dations and criteria made by in- ternational bodies referring that security tasks ought to be carried out by civil institutions, and mi- litary participation must be re- duced to the minimum. In addi- tion, security problems require a complete approach. Even if the police is well trained, little or no- thing will help to end impunity if we do not have autonomous, and efficient prosecutors with enough resources, as well as, ca- pabilities for crime prosecution, investigation and punishment of the liable parties. Similarly, this national body pointed out, as it did when it was tried to increase criminal rates in custody detention as an exit before the increment of crimi- nal rates, regarding the recently approved initiatives, that they contravene what is stated in the constitution that establishes that the measure is only exceptio- nal. Also with the current legal framework, all crimes related to this constitutional reform could be judged as mandatory pretrial detention as the Public Prosecu- tor demands it to the judge, duly making his demand. The expanding of the list of the proposed crimes does not guarantee in any way that the Public Prosecutor would fulfill its duty to investigate each case objectively, completely and effi- ciently. In that sense, even if the accused were responsible for a crime, they will be freed ant the end of the procedure because of a deficient investigation. In this regard, to guarantee the establi- shment and operation of autono- mous prosecutors with the co- rrect resources and capabilities is of great importance. INDEX 6 New Age, No. 310 The voice of the president Mr. President: The wide decision of the voters that allowed your election as pre- sident of Mexico made you the representative not only of those who voted for you, but also of all Mexicans. You have asked us to participate and set the goal that your administration becomes the country´s fourth transformation, along with the Independence, the Reform and the Revolution in which we fought to abolish slavery and get national sove- reignty. In them, we achieve the dominance of civil power and the restoration of the republic, as well as justice and democracy, respectively. On this transforma- tion, you set as goal that hones- ty and fraternity become a way of life and government. We sha- re your intention and aims; we want to work to fulfill them. Internal division, violence, and fratricidal confrontation marked the first three transfor- mations. These should not be the patterns or characteristics of this fourth transformation, on the contrary, the aspiration of fra- ternity marks the need that this change should be based in the acknowledgment and respect of human dignity. Human rights have to be the axis of the fourth transformation. This goal of legality and fra- ternity makes necessary, among other things, not to condemn the legit exercise and defense of rights; we must not weaken or make precarious or adminis- tratively inoperative our demo- cracy. Instead, we must respect plurality and dissent as well as the democratic institutionalism, power balance and constitutio- nal competences. Ignorance and poverty should not be seen as virtues, but conditions that our country should overcome it by development, departing from the well-being of its inhabitants. We should respect the constitution laws, as a historical outcome of the struggles and aspirations of our people. The disputes between the union powers have to be solved in the frame of the constitution and its laws; such disputes must not become in confrontations that polarize positions and divi- de institutions and society. Over the need of preserving and res- pecting the constitution, as well as the importance of rights, the “Benemérito de la Patria” said: “I will use all means at my power to sustain that sacred code, cooperating to the develo- pment of the humanitarian prin- ciples it contains, in order to put down roots in the hearts of Mexi- cans and henceforth it be the sa- feguard public freedom, the only flag we follow to never submit to the whimsical will of no man”. It is time we take seriously human rights, so we understand that they are the only element on which we can support the chan- ges we demand as a country. To achieve the goal of reaching lega- lity and justice in peace. Thank you very much. Participacion/10122018.pdf INDEX 7 New Age, No. 310 Event of the month The national Ombudsperson calls on human rights to be the axis of the fourth transformation and that the fraternity aspiration should be the basis for acknowledgment and respect of human dignity DGC/420/18 December 10, 2018 The President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, bes- towed the 2018 National Human Rights Award to Mr. Héctor Fix Zamudio and the honorary Mention to Tita Radilla, in a ceremony at the National Palace. The president ratified the conviction of his gover- nment of not promoting human rights violations or protecting those related to hem. He also said that he will accept and fulfill all the recommendations from the CNDH and will respect the autonomy of the constitutional body. The award was received by Héctor Fix Fierro, son of the scholar, who is a researcher and remarkable university member, a humanist and by his own ac- complishments one of the undisputable pillars and examples of the development and consolidation of human rights and guarantee mechanisms in Mexi- co and Ibero-America. Com_2018_420.pdf INDEX 8 New Age, No. 310 Press releases 8 New Age, No. 310 Press Releases The commitment of the National Commission of Human Rights (CNDH) in the Iguala case is the victims and the truth. The exten- sion, reach and length of the work of this national body did not take into account any calculation or political consideration, it was determined by the lack of trusty information gotten by the autho- rities from different fields on in- vestigating the case, as well as in the denials and obstacles it faced on the development of its work. To determine the existence of hu- man rights violations, the CNDH according to its attributions, had to carry out the investigation that other bodies could not or did not want to do in an appropriate and due way. For the CNDH the truth in the Iguala case is only one and it does not accept adjectives conditioning or determining its content, which CONSIDERATIONS OF THE CNDH TO THE REACTIONS AND COMMENTARIES ABOUT THE RECOMMENDATION 15VG/2018, REGARDING IGUALA CASE, AND TO THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE INSTALLATION OF THE TRUTH COMMISSION DGC/406/18 December 3, 2018 has to be sustained on objective and verified evidence of the facts, not in opinions, circumstances or political interests of any sort. This national body does not support the so-called “historical truth” theory, but it also affirms that the critics and questioning made against it or other theories can- not imply that later investigations must start from an initial bias or assumption ruling out any ele- ment related to them, if they are sustained in the improvement of proof or in objective elements. For this national body, a ba- sic priority in the case has been to determine the whereabouts and destination of the disappea- red students. In this regard, the CNDH draws the attention over the need of reviewing more than 63 thousand bone fragments that were recovered in the Cocula dump and in the San Juan River, who are kept by the Attorney Ge- neral´s Office in order to be gene- tically analyzed if possible. municados/2018/Com_2018_406.pdf INDEX 9 New Age, No. 310 Press releases THE CNDH PRESENTS A REPORT TO THE IACHR ABOUT THE ACTIONS MADE IN FAVOR OF THE MIGRANT CARAVAN; IT ASKS THE IACHR TO ANALYZE THE MIGRATORY PHENOMENON AND OFFER OPTIONS AND MECHANISMS FOR ITS ATTENTION BEFORE THE HIGH PROBABILITY OF MORE MASSIVE EXODUS DGC/419/18 December 10, 2018 The National Commission of Hu- man Rights presented before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) the re- port about the “Human rights si- tuation of the persons that make part of the Migrant Caravan”, during the Regional Hearing of the 170 period of sessions that took place in Washington, Uni- ted States. Such report describes the se- tup of the caravan and its phases; the applicable rights of its mem- bers like to security, personal integrity, children´s rights, legal due process on detentions, heal- th protection, ask and get asylum and voluntary return. It also co- vers information about the discri- minatory and xenophobic speech against migrants; humanitarian transfer, LGBT community; criti- cal moments in the phase of long routes and protection rights me- asures like precautionary mea- sures, complaint procedures and good practices implemented by authorities. By considering the highly probability of another migra- tory phenomena as this one, the CNDH asks the IACHR -among other things- to develop an analy- sis that allows to identify and ad- dress from a human rights view the elements that makes wide groups of people migrate from their original countries. The abo- ve, in order to offer alternatives to migration; to make a monitoring visit to the Mexico-US border and to the Mexico-Guatemala border, and to identify the current access and general conditions, and fore- see a follow up mechanism and an immediate action in which the IACHR and the national human rights institutions of the coun- tries can work on, in coordina- tion. In addition, it proposed to ela- borate a guide, with lineaments, or a protocol to regulate the use of force when required, keeping proportionality and addressing the vulnerability of migrants. It also exhorts to consider the need of response and attention of im- mediate actions on eventual in- tense flow events like caravans, and to assess the adoption of precautionary measures by the IACHR. It urges the issuance of lineaments to provide humanita- rian assistance and to make offi- cials act responsibly; as well as to ask international bodies to co- llaborate on the attention of mi- grants and to consider as a good practice the linking between em- ployment and immigration regu- lation, and to motivate countries to encourage the management of programs to assign formal jobs to them. municados/2018/Com_2018_419.pdf INDEX 10 New Age, No. 310 Press releases THE CNDH QUESTIONS THE GOVERMENT CAPACITY TO ADDRESS BIG MIGRATORY FLOWS, TO RESPECT HUMAN RIGHTS AND PEOPLE´S DIGNITY ON THE LACK OF PROPER PUBLIC POLICIES AND PROGRAMS DGC/431/18 December 18, 2018 The National Commission of Hu- man Rights (CNDH) expresses the lack of proper public policies and programs to address big mi- gratory flows formed by thou- sands of people in exodus or in caravans, questions the govern- mental capacity about the respect to human rights and people´s dignity. It invites authorities to mo- tivate their entry in an orderly, safe and humanitarian way –in line with the national legal fra- mework and the international commitments from which our country is part of-. In addition, it urges the government to fulfill its commitment coming from the re- cent signing of the Global Com- pact for Safe, Orderly and Regu- lar Migration, on December 10 in Morocco. The above, in order to create a regional support strategy that address the origin causes in the Northern Triangle of Central America and that manage migra- tory flows, of transit and desti- nation following the unhindered respect to human dignity and to the fundamental rights. On the International Migrants Day –December 18—, this natio- nal commission remembers that the yearning of people on the move and that are searching bet- ter development perspectives has no borders. municados/2018/Com_2018_431.pdf INDEX 11 New Age, No. 310 Press releases WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE DISCUSSION PROCESS ABOUT THE REFORM OF DIFFERENT ARTICLES OF THE MEXICAN CONSTITUTION IN ORDER TO REDEFINE THE INTEGRATION, ORGANIZATION AND ASSIGNMENTS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD, THE NATIONAL COMMISSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT DGC/435/18 December 19, 2018 1. The use of the armed forces is not the solution for the violen- ce and insecurity problems we face; it is only one part of it. The reconsideration of the National Guard represents a partial and incomplete response to the pro- blem on insecurity and violence because it would generate a risk for the infringement of human ri- ghts. It would also, not guarantee or contribute in a substantive way to end impunity, it would weaken our civil and democratic institu- tionalism, besides, it will breaches principles, recommendations and criteria made by international bo- dies regarding human rights. 2. The CNDH is not against the temporary and extraordinary participation of the armed forces on people´s security tasks, and draws the attention over the need that such participation should be regulated objectively and correct- ly in the first place. 3. This national body is worried seeing that the axis of the Sta- te policy that looks for creating safety conditions in the country and ending violence centers in the reconsideration of the Na- tional Guard, which is formed mainly by armed forces elements. The public security tasks have to remain in the hands of civil ins- titutions, and the military parti- cipation must be reduced to the minimal. 4. The National Guard as contem- plated does not guarantee justice, barely a deterrence or a restraint that has limited and short term effects. By allowing the use of force as the main tool creates a bigger risk of human rights vio- lations. 5. The proposal of a constitutio- nal reform has many ambiguities and mistakes that could result in human rights violations. 6. It would be desirable the esta- blishment of a specialized and plural group or a board that re- view the objective and concrete evidence that support its viability and appropriateness. 7. We insist on the need of having overall autonomous prosecutors with the necessary and adminis- trative resources, with operative capabilities so that they can duly and timely develop their work. municados/2018/Com_2018_435.pdf INDEX 12 New Age, No. 310 Press releases THE CNDH WELCOMES THE RULINGS OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE CASES “ WOMEN VICTIMS OF SEXUAL TORTURE IN ATENCO V. MEXICO” AND “ALVARADO ESPINOZA ET AL V. MÉXICO”, AND STRESSES THE NEED OF FULL ENFORCEMENT DGC/440/18 December 22, 2018 The National Commission of Human Rights (CNDH) welco- mes and recognizes the issuan- ces of the Rulings made by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (CorIDH) in the cases “Wo- men Victims of Sexual Torture in Atenco v. Mexico” and “Alvarado Espinoza et al. v. México”. It stres- ses the need of full enforcement of such judgments in order to make effective the rights to truth, to justice and to reparation, that own the victims and to guarantee the no-repetition of similar facts. In the CNDH´s opinion, the issuance of these judgments is especially relevant regarding the current discussions carried out, to reform the constitution in order to reconsider the role, integration, and operation of the National Guard. They establishes different criteria that are legally binding for the Mexican State, and that will have to be taken into account in order to prevent that they result in human rights violations. In the case “Women Victims of Sexual Torture in Atenco v. Mexico” criteria of the use of for- ce was reaffirmed, as well as the establishment of an independent mechanism of monitoring and evaluation on the Federal Police and of the State of Mexico. In the case “Alvarado Espinoza et al. v. México” specific criteria was in- cluded for Mexico about the par- ticipation of the Army on public security as well as, the need of monitoring them by civil and in- dependent bodies. Exceptionally, when the armed forces intervene in security tasks its participation ought to be extraordinary, subor- dinated, regulated and monito- red. municados/2018/Com_2018_440.pdf INDEX 13 New Age, No. 310 Recommendations Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Federal Electricity Commission, CFE-Distribution About the case of violation to the right to life in detriment of V1 and his relatives, V2 and V3, for the lack of proper acting on the super- vision and maintenance activities on the air lines of electric distribu- tion in the Municipality of Ciudad Guadalupe, Nuevo León, by public servants of the Federal Electricity Commission and of CFE-distribu- tion, that resulted in the death of V1 by electrocution. RECOMMENDATION No.68/18 December 10, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_068. pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Presidency of the Superior Tribunal of Justice and the Council of the Judiciary of the State of Quintana Roo About irregular imprisonment on municipal prisons of Felipe Carri- llo Puerto and Solidaridad in the State of Quintana Roo. RECOMENDACIÓN No. 69/18 December 13, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_069.pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Government of the State of Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave About the impugnation appeal of RV and R against the insufficiency in the compliance by the Ministry of Public Security of the State of Veracruz of the recommendation issued by the State Commission of Human Rights. RECOMMENDATION No. 70/2018 December 18, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_070.pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Mexican Social Security Institute About the case of violations to the human rights to the protection of health, to life, to the principle of superior interest of the child in detriment of V1 and to access to health information in detriment of V2 and V3, in the General Hospital Zone. RECOMMENDATION No. 71/2018 December 18, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_071.pdf INDEX 14 New Age, No. 310 Recommendations Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation General Prosecutor of the State of Colima About the case of violations to the human rights to Access to justice in its modality of administration of justice and to truth regarding the disappearance of V1, committed in detriment of him and his relatives by public servants of the former At- torney General´s Office of the State of Colima. RECOMMENDATION No. 72/2018 December 19, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_072. pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Ministry of the Navy and the Government of the State of Durango About the case of violations to the human rights of freedom, for arbi- trary detention and illegal imprison- ment in detriment of V1, V2 and V3 attributable to agents of the Ministry of the Navy and of the State Directo- rate of Investigation of the General Prosecutor del State of Durango, and violations to legal safety, lega- lity and personal integrity, for the improper administration of justice and for torture acts committed in detriment of V1, V2 and V3, attribu- table to agents of the General Prose- cutor of the State of Durango. RECOMMENDATION No. 74/2018 December 19, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_074.pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Mexican Social Security Institute About the case of violations to the human rights of health protection for inadequate medical attention and to life in detriment of V, in the Regional General Hospital number 25 of the Mexican Social Security Institute in Iztapalapa, Mexico City. RECOMMENDATION No. 73/2018 December 19, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_073.pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Mexican Social Security Institute About the case of violations to human rights to health protection and to life, for inadequate medi- cal attention in detriment of V, in the Rural-Prospera Hospital 54, in Tlaltenango de Sánchez Román, Zacatecas. RECOMMENDATION No. 75/2018 December 20, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_075.pdf INDEX 15 New Age, No. 310 Recommendations Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Mexican Social Security Institute About the case of violations to the human rights to health protec- tion of QV, to personal integrity of QV, V1 and V2, to the principle of superior interest of the child and to information for the inadequate medical attention in detriment of QV, in the General Hospital zone 194 of the IMSS in Naucalpan, State of México. RECOMMENDATION No. 77/2018 December 21, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_077.pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Government of the State of Chihuahua, Commission of Human Rights of the State of Chihuahua About the impugnation appeal for the non-compliance of the State Ministry of health of the recom- mendation issued by the State Commission of Human Rights of Chihuahua. RECOMMENDATION No. 78/2018 December 21, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_078.pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Ministry of National Defense About the case of violation to the human right to personal integrity for torture acts in detriment of V, at- tributable to agents of the SEDENA, in Apatzingan, Michoacán. RECOMMENDATION No. 79/2018 December 21, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_079.pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Ministry of Public Safety and Protection About the case of the violation to the human right to personal integri- ty for torture acts in detriment of V, attributable to agents of the Federal Police. RECOMMENDATION No. 80/2018 December 21, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_080. pdf Responsible Authority Issue Recommendation Federal Electricity Commis- sion, General Directorate of the Federal Electricity Com- mission-Distribution About the lack of due diligence in the supervision and maintenance activities on the underground lines of electric distribution in the Mu- nicipality of Reynosa, Tamaulipas that resulted in the death of V1, by electrocution. RECOMMENDATION No. 76/18 December 20, 2018 Recomendaciones/2018/Rec_2018_076.pdf INDEX

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