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Case of Palamara Iribarne v Chile, Palamara Iribarne v Chile, Merits, reparations and costs, IACHR Series C no 135, [2005] IACHR 17, IHRL 1519 (IACHR 2005), 22nd November 2005, Inter-American Court of Human Rights [IACtHR]



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Whether Chile’s interference with the publication of the petitioner’s book and his subsequent prosecution for contempt of authority violated his rights to freedom of thought and expression and property enshrined in Articles 13 and 21 of the American Convention on Human Rights (‘ACHR’), in relation to the general obligations to respect, ensure, and adjust domestic legislation provided in Articles 1(1) and 2 of the ACHR.

Whether Chile’s broad scope of military legal jurisdiction failed to provide judicial guarantees of impartiality, independence, and competence guaranteed under Article 8 of the ACHR and the right to judicial protection guaranteed under Articles 25 in relation to 1(1) and 2 of the ACHR.

Whether Chile’s criminal legislation and procedures violated the right to personal liberty and security guaranteed under Articles 7 and 8 in relation to 1(1) and 2 of the ACHR.

Keywords: Human rights, freedom of expression; Human rights, right to a judge; Human rights, right to effective remedy; Human rights, right to fair trial; Human rights, right to liberty and security of person; Human rights, right to property

Legal Material.  70942 words. 

Subjects: International Courts and Tribunals ; Relationship Between International and Domestic Law ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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