République dominicaine

République dominicaine. Des policiers enfin poursuivis dans une importante affaire de meurtres

En République dominicaine, un procureur a inculpé cinq policiers et un officier de marine du meurtre de deux hommes, tués en 2009. Amnesty International considère que l’affaire à l’origine de cette inculpation est cruciale et met en évidence la nécessité et l’urgence d’une réforme radicale de la police dans ce pays des Caraïbes. En République dominicaine, un procureur a inculpé cinq policiers et un officier de marine du meurtre de deux hommes, tués en 2009.

Dominican police officers finally charged in key killings case

A prosecutor in the Dominican Republic has filed charges against five policemen and a naval officer for the murder of two men in 2009, in what Amnesty International called a key case that points to the pressing need for radical police reform in the Caribbean country. A prosecutor in the Dominican Republic has filed charges against five policemen and a naval officer for the murder of two men in 2009, in what Amnesty International called a key case that points to

Dominican police officers finally charged in key killings case - 22 janvier 2013

Headline Title:  Dominican police officers finally charged in key killings case A prosecutor in the Dominican Republic has filed charges against five policemen and a naval officer for the murder of two men in 2009, in what Amnesty International called a key case that points to A prosecutor in the Dominican Republic has filed charges against state agents for the murder of two men in 2009, just another example of the pressing need for radical police reform. Media Node:  William de Jesus Checo Cecilio Díaz Juan Almonte Story Location:  République dominicaine 19° 25' 41.7432" N, 70° 39' 50.6268" W “After more than three years, the decision to formally charge these police officers and move on with legal proceedings is a major advance, and we hope the investigation and prosecution will look into how high up the police chain of command the responsibility lies for these killings” Source:  Javier Zúñiga, Special Adviser to Amnesty International Date:  Ma, 22/01/2013 URL:  Dominican Republic: 'Shut up if you don't want to be killed!': Human rights violations by police in the Dominican Republic Description:  Report, 25 October 2011

الجمهورية الدومينيكية: حققوا في حالة اختفاء خوان آلمونتي

بادر بالتحرك وحث الرئيس على تحديد مكان خوان آلمونتي بعد 3 سنوات من اختفائه  

République dominicaine: une enquête doit être menée sur la disparition de Juan Almonte

Agissez : appelez le président de la République dominicaine à indiquer où se trouve Juan Almonte, qui a disparu depuis trois ans. Le 28 septembre 2009, à Saint-Domingue, des témoins ont vu des policiers procéder à l’arrestation de Juan Almonte Herrera, qui se rendait à pied à son bureau.

República Dominicana: Debe investigarse la desaparición de Juan Almonte

Actúa y pide al presidente que diga dónde se encuentra Juan Almonte, que lleva tres años desaparecido. El 28 de septiembre de 2009, según testigos, Juan Almonte fue detenido por agentes de policía cuando iba caminando a su oficina en Santo Domingo. La policía siempre ha negado su detención.

Dominican Republic: Investigate the disappearance of Juan Almonte

Take action and call on the President to establish the whereabouts of Juan Almonte 3 years after he disappeared

République dominicaine. L’homicide d’un étudiant souligne la nécessité de réformer la police

La police nationale de République dominicaine doit sans délai se pencher sur la manière dont elle assure le maintien de l’ordre lors des rassemblements publics, et ce dans le cadre d’une réforme globale de la police dans cette nation caribéenne, a déclaré Amnesty International, après qu’un étudiant a été abattu dans la capitale Saint-Domingue le 8 novembre. La police nationale de République dominicaine doit sans délai se pencher sur la manière dont elle assure le maintien de l’ordre lors des rassemblements publics, et ce dans le cadre d’une réforme gl

Dominican Republic: Student’s killing underscores urgent need for police reform

The Dominican Republic’s National Police must urgently address how it responds to public protests as part of a comprehensive policing reform in the Caribbean nation, Amnesty International said after a university student was shot dead in the capital Santo Domingo on Thursday.  The Dominican Republic’s National Police must urgently address how it responds to public protests as part of a comprehensive policing reform in the Caribbean nation, Amnesty International said afte

Dominican Republic: Student’s killing underscores urgent need for police reform - 9 novembre 2012

Headline Title:  Dominican Republic: Student’s killing underscores urgent need for police reform The Dominican Republic’s National Police must urgently address how it responds to public protests as part of a comprehensive policing reform in the Caribbean nation, Amnesty International said afte The Dominican Republic’s National Police must urgently address how it responds to public protests after a student was shot dead at a demonstration in Santo Domingo. Media Node:  Dominican Republic police Story Location:  Dominican Republic 18° 29' 20.1948" N, 69° 53' 54.4308" W “This tragic incident confirms the need for the kind of comprehensive police reform in the Dominican Republic that Amnesty International and local human rights organizations have long been advocating” Source:  Javier Zúñiga, Special Adviser to Amnesty International Date:  Ve, 09/11/2012 URL:  Dominican Republic: Submission to the UN Human Rights Committee Description:  UN HRC submission, 1 February 2012 URL:  Dominican Republic: Human Rights Abuses by Police: Facts and Figures Description:  Fact sheet, 25 October 2011 URL:  Dominican Republic: 'Shut up if you don't want to be killed!': Human rights violations by police in the Dominican Republic Description:  Report, 25 October 2011 URL:  Dominican Republic urged to tackle alarming levels of police abuse Description:  News story, 25 October 2011