Un interesante comentario en el diario pakistaní Daily Times, firmado por Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur, busca significativas similitudes entre situaciones que ocurren en el Reino de España y en Pakistan.

Sin duda ninguna, en ningún lugar del mundo, cerrar los casos, significa que automáticamente que se cierren las heridas. No al menos mientras los casos se cierren sin respeto a los Derechos Humanos,  dignidad y justicia.

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Protestantes manifestándose cerca del número 10 de la calle Downing Street. Imagen de Ruth Whitworth. Copyright Demotix (30/8/2012)

 

Un poco de informacion sobre Beluchistan en  Wikipedia y en Global Voices (I) y Global Voices (II).

Daily Times – 27/10/2013 – Pakistan

Closed cases, open wounds

the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), in the Inés del Río Prada detention case, found Spain guilty of breach of convention, and termed its ‘Parot doctrine’ illegal. Prada, sentenced to 3,828 years in jail in 1987, was denied release in 2008 under the Parot doctrine. It was adopted by Spain’s Supreme Court in 2006 to restrict ‘Euskadi Ta Askatasuna’ (ETA), i.e. Basque Homeland and Freedom prisoners’ entitlement to early release and other benefits. It is named after Unai Parot, a convicted ETA member, who was the first to see his prison penalty extended. This doctrine ensures that the remission for work done in prison is deducted from the total sentence, rather than the Spanish law’s 30-year limit.

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