Whether Bolivia violated Articles 3—right to juridical personality—4—right to life—5—right to humane treatment—7—right to personal liberty—in relation to Article 1(1)—obligation to resepct rights—of the American Convention on Human Rights (‘ACHR’) and Articles I and XI of the Inter-American Convention on Forced Disappearance of Persons (‘IACFDP’) with respect to the forced disappearance of Renato Ticona Estrada.
Whether Bolivia violated Articles 5, 8, and 25 of the ACHR and I of the IACFDP to the detriment of the next of kin of Renato Ticona Estrada for the suffering and denial of justice they experienced after his disappearance.
Whether Bolivia violated Articles 8, 25, and 1(1) of the ACHR as a result of the failure to investigate the arbitrary deprivation of liberty and torture suffered by Hugo Ticona Estrada.
Whether Bolivia violated Article 2—domestic legal effects—of the ACHR in relation to Articles I and III of the IACFDP for its failure to enact the domestic crime of force disappearance.
Keywords: Compensation; Damages; Disappearances; Duty to investigate; Duty to prosecute; Human rights, freedom from torture and cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment; 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 life; Reparation; Torture
Legal Material. 36520 words.
Subjects: Public International Law ; International Law ; Law
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