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Latest ICJ report to help craft a new Criminal Code in the Philippines

The most recent report of the ICJ aims to contribute to the current process of reviewing the Revised Penal Code (RPC), the main source of criminal laws of the Philippines, which was adopted in 1932.

March 4, 2015

Uruguay: La lucha por Verdad y Justicia en la Encrucijada – nuevo informe

Es crucial que el próximo Gobierno del Dr Tabaré Vázquez en Uruguay haga todo lo posible para revertir la parálisis en las investigaciones de derechos humanos y dé un impulso renovado a la búsqueda de los desaparecidos, dijo hoy la CIJ, al anunciar la publicación de su nuevo informe.

January 19, 2015

Comentario jurídico al artículo 378 del Código Penal de Guatemala

El presente comentario jurídico se refiere al artículo 378 del Código Penal guatemalteco, cuyo epígrafe le denomina “delitos contra los deberes de humanidad”.

January 7, 2015

Lao PDR: properly investigate Sombath’s “disappearance”, ICJ report says

Two years after prominent Laotian activist Sombath Somphone was last seen at a police checkpoint, the Laotian government must do more to investigate his suspected enforced disappearance, said the ICJ in a new report released today.

December 11, 2014

ICJ Report: structural deficiencies undermine independence of the judiciary in the Russian Federation

A new ICJ report concludes that a comprehensive reform of the system judicial appointments and promotions, as well as of other aspects of the judicial system, is essential to ensure that the judiciary in Russia is independent and able to be an effective guardian of the Rule of Law.

November 28, 2014

Strengthening the Rule of Law in Venezuela

Today, the ICJ Centre for the Independence of Judges and Lawyers published two new documents on the independence and integrity of judges and lawyers in Venezuela.

November 27, 2014