STJ decision in favor of transitional justice: possibility of holding human rights violators accountable


Last week, the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) judged a Special Appeal filed by the Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office, ruling out the Amnesty Law as forgetfulness and determining that public officials should be held accountable for torture and other human rights violations during the dictatorship. Check here the initial of the Public Civil Action, the Special Appeal, the decision and the debate held by TVDH on the subject.

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