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The request for precautionary measures alleges that Cristian Ernesto Medina Sandino, who is allegedly the dean of the American University in Managua, member of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy, and advisor to Civil Society in the National Dialogue, is at risk due to alleged threats against him in the current context of the country. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the IACHR considers that the information presented shows, in principle, that the beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the rights to life and personal integrity of Cristian Ernesto Medina Sandino and his family; in particular, the State must ensure that its agents respect the rights of the beneficiaries in accordance with the standards established by international human rights law, as well as in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties.

The IACHR also requested that the measures to be adopted be agreed upon with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and that information be provided on the actions taken in order to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure and thus avoid its repetition.

Read the resolution in Spanish. Also available in Word. The IACHR also requested the United States to adopt the necessary measures, while the reunification is carried out, to immediately guarantee an appropriate, free, and regular communication between the beneficiaries and their families, in accordance with their best interests.

Moreover, with the aim of protecting their rights, provide medical and psychological assistance, among others that might be necessary such as consular assistance. Also, provide interpreting services when necessary so that the proposed beneficiaries know their rights and have a good understanding of their situation and destination. In addition, suspend any migration procedure that may result in the separation of the children from their parents; and agree upon the measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives.

Melchor Santacruz and his son K. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries were separated by the authorities once they were detained upon their irregular entry into U.

The children were reportedly held under custody of the Department of Health and Human Service Office of Refugee Resettlement ORR , while their parents were being detained at different facilities, facing administrative and judicial proceedings.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested the United States of America to adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the rights to family life, personal integrity and identity of the beneficiaries.

Particularly, guaranteeing that such rights are safeguarded by means of the reunification of the abovementioned families and the best in accordance with the best interest of the children. The IACHR also requested to adopt the necessary measures, while the reunification is carried out, to immediately guarantee an appropriate, free, and regular communication between the beneficiaries and their families, in accordance with their best interests.

Suspend any migration procedure that may result in the separation of the children from their parents; and agree upon the measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries face a situation of risk as a consequence of threats, being followed and harassed, in the current context of Nicaragua.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries. To this end, the State must both ensure that its agents respect the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries in accordance with standards established by international human rights law, and protect their rights in relation to acts of risk that are attributable to third parties.

The IACHR also requested that the State agree on the measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives, and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the IACHR considers that the information presented demonstrates, in principle, that the beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Honduras to adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries; to adopt the necessary measures to enable the beneficiaries to carry out their activities without being subjected to acts of intimidation, threats or other acts of violence; and to report on the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are in a situation of risk due to alleged threats, follow-ups and harassment in the current context in Nicaragua, and in the framework of their participation in the National Dialogue, as the coastal delegation of the Caribbean Coast and members of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the rights to life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries. In particular, it requested Nicaragua to ensure that State agents respect the rights of beneficiaries in accordance with standards established by international human rights law, as well as in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties.

The IACHR also requested that the measures to be adopted be agreed upon with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and that it report on the actions taken in order to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure and thus avoid its repetition.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are in a situation of risk as a consequence of death threats, being followed and harassed, which are presumably due to their work in the defense of human rights in the current context in Nicaragua. In particular, the State must ensure that its agents respect the rights of beneficiaries in accordance with standards established by international human rights law, as well as in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties.

The IACHR also requested that the measures to be adopted be agreed upon with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and that it be informed of the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure and thus avoid its repetition. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are participants in the National Dialogue in representation of the private sector in the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy are in a situation of risk due to alleged threats, harassment and reprisals in the current context in Nicaragua.

Consequently, in accordance with article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the rights to life and personal integrity of the aforementioned persons and their families, and in particular, that the State ensure that its agents respect the rights of the beneficiaries in accordance with the standards established by international human rights law, as well as in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary and her family are in a situation of risk as a consequence of alleged threats, being followed and subject to harassment, in the current context in Nicaragua. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the IACHR considers that the information presented demonstrates, in principle, that the beneficiary is in a serious and urgent situation.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the rights to life and personal integrity of Maria Nelly Rivas Blanco and her family, ensuring both that its agents respect her rights in accordance with the standards established by international human rights law and in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties; to agree on the measures to be taken with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and to report on the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure and thus avoid its repetition.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are at serious risk because of their state of health and the lack of adequate medical treatment, due to an alleged scarcity crisis and other structural deficiencies.

The Commission also asked Venezuela to adopt the necessary measures to ensure that the nephrology area that the children are in meets proper health and safety conditions, in line with applicable international standards; reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are at serious risk due to the lack of effective, comprehensive, and ongoing medical attention given the presence of mercury in their bodies and in their sources of water and the soil, due to the presence of mining concessions in their territory.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows, prima facie, that the beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation. The Commission also requested that Peru reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; inform the Commission about steps taken to mitigate, reduce, and eliminate the sources of risk identified in this proceeding; and report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiary is in a situation of risk because he has not received the prescribed treatment for his hemophilia.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows, prima facie, that the beneficiary is in a serious and urgent situation. The Commission also requested that Venezuela reach agreement with the beneficiary and his representatives on the measures to be implemented and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The petitioners noted in particular that he had received explicit death threats via social media and his personal phone; that in some of the incidents in which he reported being followed, the alleged assailants had thrown blunt objects at his vehicle; and that in early August of , unidentified individuals had shot at his home. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary faces a situation of risk due to her work as a judge of the Constitutional Court of Guatemala.

The petitioners allege that various impeachment complaints have been filed against her because of her work on the bench, that she has been the target of acts of intimidation and harassment, and that she and her husband have been followed.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Guatemala to take the necessary steps to protect the life and personal integrity of Gloria Patricia Porras Escobar and her immediate family and that it adopt the necessary measures so that Gloria Patricia Porras Escobar can carry out her activities as a Constitutional Court judge without being the target of acts of intimidation, threats, and harassment.

The Commission also requested that Guatemala reach agreement with the beneficiary and her representatives on the measures to be adopted and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary faces a situation of serious risk due to her work as a human rights defender, especially as it relates to representing people whose territories could end up being affected by the construction of the transoceanic canal. The Commission also requested that Nicaragua reach agreement with the beneficiary and her representatives on the measures to be adopted and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested that Argentina adopt the necessary measures to determine the status and whereabouts of Santiago Maldonado, in order to protect his rights to life and personal integrity, and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure.

The application alleges that Mr. The applicants maintained that the beneficiaries disappeared at the hands of illegal armed groups, considering the background information available on the activity of these groups in the area, and stated that they had not received any news of their whereabouts or fate since then, despite having reported their disappearance.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested that Trinidad and Tobago adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of the proposed beneficiary, taking into consideration his medical condition and his condition as a person with disability, and in particular ensuring him access to adequate medical treatment and therapies.

The Commission also requested that the State consult the measures to be implemented with the proposed beneficiary and his representatives to ensure their agreement and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

Read the resolution Also available in Word. The application for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary, the Attorney General of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, is at serious risk due to a series of stigmatizing public statements and accusations, as well as incidents of harassment, by high-ranking State authorities and members of the Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela PSUV , which reportedly have jeopardized her rights to life and personal integrity.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that Juan, who is 15, is at risk considering that his whereabouts have been unknown since November 15, , and he had been detained several times by the police in April The request indicates that the residence where Juan lived and where his family members still live has been shot at, presumably because of the complaints his family has lodged in connection with his disappearance. The Commission also requested that Argentina reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted and report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to prevent a recurrence.

Read the resolution in Spanish Also available in Word. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission decided to extend this precautionary measure. It requested, among other things, that Panama: In this regard, the Commission requests that the State immediately take the necessary steps to transfer all those currently being held at that facility to a place that meets applicable international standards for persons deprived of liberty, and to refrain from taking any new inmates to Punta Coco until that facility meets international standards.

It also requested that Panama: According to the information available, his execution date is imminent. The request for precautionary measures is related to Petition P, which alleges violations of the right to life and personal security, the right to a fair trial, and the right to due process of law, all protected in the American Declaration.

After analyzing the legal arguments and facts presented by the applicants, the Commission considers that in the event William Charles Morva is executed before it has had an opportunity to examine his petition, any eventual decision would be rendered moot in respect of the effectiveness of potential remedies, resulting in irreparable harm.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested that the United States take the necessary measures to preserve the life and physical integrity of William Charles Morva until the IACHR has ruled on his petition, so as not to render ineffective the processing of his case before the inter-American system. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the children and adolescents at the facility are exposed to multiple risk factors, including overcrowding, acts of violence, and poor living conditions due to the lack of adequate supervision by the State.

The petitioning party provided additional information indicating that a fire at the facility on March 8, , led to the deaths of children and adolescents, and many others were injured.

The IACHR requested that Guatemala reach agreement with the beneficiaries and the petitioning party on the measures to be adopted, and that it report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to prevent a recurrence. The request for precautionary measures alleges that Panambi, who is 15 years old, is at grave risk because of her current health condition and need for specialized medical treatment, in the context of a series of circumstances said to exacerbate her vulnerability.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Colombia to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the life and personal integrity of Alberto Yepes Palacio and his daughter; take the necessary steps to ensure that Alberto Yepes Palacio can carry out his activities as a human rights defender without being subjected to violence and harassment; come to an agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission decided to extend this precautionary measure, and therefore requested that Colombia adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries.

Specifically, the Commission asked Colombia to ensure the availability, accessibility, and quality of health services, with a comprehensive and culturally appropriate approach, and access to clean drinking water and food in sufficient quantity and quality to meet their nutritional needs in a way that is culturally relevant.

The request for precautionary measures contends that Lorenzo Mendoza and his family are at risk because they have been targets of accusations and acts of harassment allegedly carried out by high-level State authorities and third parties. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Venezuela to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the life and personal integrity of Lorenzo Mendoza and his family; reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures contends that Voluntad Popular members and activists are at risk because of alleged threats, acts of violence, harassment, torture, cruel treatment, and arbitrary detention to which they are reportedly being subjected because of their political stance in opposition to the current Venezuelan government. In view of the incidents mentioned above, the IACHR considered that this matter, prima facie , meets the requirements of seriousness, urgency, and irreparability contained in Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure.

The Commission also requested that Venezuela reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted and that it report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows, prima facie, that Braulio Jatar faces a serious and urgent situation, as his life and personal integrity are at risk.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries have been targets of threats and acts of harassment and violence on the part of security officers hired by a private company that reportedly controls the area, police officers, and illegal groups.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Colombia to adopt the necessary measures to ensure that the beneficiaries can carry out their work as human rights defenders and to protect their life and personal integrity.

It also requested that the State come to an agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted, and report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are facing risk because of their work as human rights defenders in Guatemala. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Guatemala to adopt the necessary measures to protect their lives and personal integrity. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiary is at risk because of her work defending the human rights of Afro-Colombians in Colombia.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows that Erlendy Cuero Bravo and her family are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and personal integrity are at grave risk.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Colombia to adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and integrity of Erlendy Cuero Bravo and her family. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiary is at risk because of his work as a human rights defender. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows that Daniel Pascual is in a serious and urgent situation.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Guatemala to adopt the necessary measures to protect his life and personal integrity. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are at risk because they have performed judiciary functions in high-impact cases. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Honduras to adopt the necessary measures to protect their life and personal integrity.

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Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries.

To this end, the State must both ensure that its agents respect the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries in accordance with standards established by international human rights law, and protect their rights in relation to acts of risk that are attributable to third parties. The IACHR also requested that the State agree on the measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives, and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the IACHR considers that the information presented demonstrates, in principle, that the beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Honduras to adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries; to adopt the necessary measures to enable the beneficiaries to carry out their activities without being subjected to acts of intimidation, threats or other acts of violence; and to report on the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are in a situation of risk due to alleged threats, follow-ups and harassment in the current context in Nicaragua, and in the framework of their participation in the National Dialogue, as the coastal delegation of the Caribbean Coast and members of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the rights to life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries.

In particular, it requested Nicaragua to ensure that State agents respect the rights of beneficiaries in accordance with standards established by international human rights law, as well as in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties.

The IACHR also requested that the measures to be adopted be agreed upon with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and that it report on the actions taken in order to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure and thus avoid its repetition.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are in a situation of risk as a consequence of death threats, being followed and harassed, which are presumably due to their work in the defense of human rights in the current context in Nicaragua. In particular, the State must ensure that its agents respect the rights of beneficiaries in accordance with standards established by international human rights law, as well as in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties.

The IACHR also requested that the measures to be adopted be agreed upon with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and that it be informed of the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure and thus avoid its repetition.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are participants in the National Dialogue in representation of the private sector in the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy are in a situation of risk due to alleged threats, harassment and reprisals in the current context in Nicaragua. Consequently, in accordance with article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the rights to life and personal integrity of the aforementioned persons and their families, and in particular, that the State ensure that its agents respect the rights of the beneficiaries in accordance with the standards established by international human rights law, as well as in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary and her family are in a situation of risk as a consequence of alleged threats, being followed and subject to harassment, in the current context in Nicaragua.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the IACHR considers that the information presented demonstrates, in principle, that the beneficiary is in a serious and urgent situation. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR's Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the rights to life and personal integrity of Maria Nelly Rivas Blanco and her family, ensuring both that its agents respect her rights in accordance with the standards established by international human rights law and in relation to acts of risk attributable to third parties; to agree on the measures to be taken with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and to report on the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure and thus avoid its repetition.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are at serious risk because of their state of health and the lack of adequate medical treatment, due to an alleged scarcity crisis and other structural deficiencies. The Commission also asked Venezuela to adopt the necessary measures to ensure that the nephrology area that the children are in meets proper health and safety conditions, in line with applicable international standards; reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are at serious risk due to the lack of effective, comprehensive, and ongoing medical attention given the presence of mercury in their bodies and in their sources of water and the soil, due to the presence of mining concessions in their territory.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows, prima facie, that the beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation. The Commission also requested that Peru reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; inform the Commission about steps taken to mitigate, reduce, and eliminate the sources of risk identified in this proceeding; and report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiary is in a situation of risk because he has not received the prescribed treatment for his hemophilia. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows, prima facie, that the beneficiary is in a serious and urgent situation.

The Commission also requested that Venezuela reach agreement with the beneficiary and his representatives on the measures to be implemented and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The petitioners noted in particular that he had received explicit death threats via social media and his personal phone; that in some of the incidents in which he reported being followed, the alleged assailants had thrown blunt objects at his vehicle; and that in early August of , unidentified individuals had shot at his home.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary faces a situation of risk due to her work as a judge of the Constitutional Court of Guatemala. The petitioners allege that various impeachment complaints have been filed against her because of her work on the bench, that she has been the target of acts of intimidation and harassment, and that she and her husband have been followed.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Guatemala to take the necessary steps to protect the life and personal integrity of Gloria Patricia Porras Escobar and her immediate family and that it adopt the necessary measures so that Gloria Patricia Porras Escobar can carry out her activities as a Constitutional Court judge without being the target of acts of intimidation, threats, and harassment.

The Commission also requested that Guatemala reach agreement with the beneficiary and her representatives on the measures to be adopted and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary faces a situation of serious risk due to her work as a human rights defender, especially as it relates to representing people whose territories could end up being affected by the construction of the transoceanic canal. The Commission also requested that Nicaragua reach agreement with the beneficiary and her representatives on the measures to be adopted and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested that Argentina adopt the necessary measures to determine the status and whereabouts of Santiago Maldonado, in order to protect his rights to life and personal integrity, and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure. The application alleges that Mr.

The applicants maintained that the beneficiaries disappeared at the hands of illegal armed groups, considering the background information available on the activity of these groups in the area, and stated that they had not received any news of their whereabouts or fate since then, despite having reported their disappearance. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested that Trinidad and Tobago adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of the proposed beneficiary, taking into consideration his medical condition and his condition as a person with disability, and in particular ensuring him access to adequate medical treatment and therapies.

The Commission also requested that the State consult the measures to be implemented with the proposed beneficiary and his representatives to ensure their agreement and that it report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence. Read the resolution Also available in Word. The application for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary, the Attorney General of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, is at serious risk due to a series of stigmatizing public statements and accusations, as well as incidents of harassment, by high-ranking State authorities and members of the Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela PSUV , which reportedly have jeopardized her rights to life and personal integrity.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that Juan, who is 15, is at risk considering that his whereabouts have been unknown since November 15, , and he had been detained several times by the police in April The request indicates that the residence where Juan lived and where his family members still live has been shot at, presumably because of the complaints his family has lodged in connection with his disappearance.

The Commission also requested that Argentina reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted and report on the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to prevent a recurrence.

Read the resolution in Spanish Also available in Word. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission decided to extend this precautionary measure.

It requested, among other things, that Panama: In this regard, the Commission requests that the State immediately take the necessary steps to transfer all those currently being held at that facility to a place that meets applicable international standards for persons deprived of liberty, and to refrain from taking any new inmates to Punta Coco until that facility meets international standards.

It also requested that Panama: According to the information available, his execution date is imminent. The request for precautionary measures is related to Petition P, which alleges violations of the right to life and personal security, the right to a fair trial, and the right to due process of law, all protected in the American Declaration. After analyzing the legal arguments and facts presented by the applicants, the Commission considers that in the event William Charles Morva is executed before it has had an opportunity to examine his petition, any eventual decision would be rendered moot in respect of the effectiveness of potential remedies, resulting in irreparable harm.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission requested that the United States take the necessary measures to preserve the life and physical integrity of William Charles Morva until the IACHR has ruled on his petition, so as not to render ineffective the processing of his case before the inter-American system. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the children and adolescents at the facility are exposed to multiple risk factors, including overcrowding, acts of violence, and poor living conditions due to the lack of adequate supervision by the State.

The petitioning party provided additional information indicating that a fire at the facility on March 8, , led to the deaths of children and adolescents, and many others were injured. The IACHR requested that Guatemala reach agreement with the beneficiaries and the petitioning party on the measures to be adopted, and that it report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to prevent a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that Panambi, who is 15 years old, is at grave risk because of her current health condition and need for specialized medical treatment, in the context of a series of circumstances said to exacerbate her vulnerability. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Colombia to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the life and personal integrity of Alberto Yepes Palacio and his daughter; take the necessary steps to ensure that Alberto Yepes Palacio can carry out his activities as a human rights defender without being subjected to violence and harassment; come to an agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission decided to extend this precautionary measure, and therefore requested that Colombia adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of the beneficiaries. Specifically, the Commission asked Colombia to ensure the availability, accessibility, and quality of health services, with a comprehensive and culturally appropriate approach, and access to clean drinking water and food in sufficient quantity and quality to meet their nutritional needs in a way that is culturally relevant.

The request for precautionary measures contends that Lorenzo Mendoza and his family are at risk because they have been targets of accusations and acts of harassment allegedly carried out by high-level State authorities and third parties. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Venezuela to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the life and personal integrity of Lorenzo Mendoza and his family; reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures contends that Voluntad Popular members and activists are at risk because of alleged threats, acts of violence, harassment, torture, cruel treatment, and arbitrary detention to which they are reportedly being subjected because of their political stance in opposition to the current Venezuelan government.

In view of the incidents mentioned above, the IACHR considered that this matter, prima facie , meets the requirements of seriousness, urgency, and irreparability contained in Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure. The Commission also requested that Venezuela reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted and that it report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows, prima facie, that Braulio Jatar faces a serious and urgent situation, as his life and personal integrity are at risk.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries have been targets of threats and acts of harassment and violence on the part of security officers hired by a private company that reportedly controls the area, police officers, and illegal groups. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Colombia to adopt the necessary measures to ensure that the beneficiaries can carry out their work as human rights defenders and to protect their life and personal integrity.

It also requested that the State come to an agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted, and report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are facing risk because of their work as human rights defenders in Guatemala.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Guatemala to adopt the necessary measures to protect their lives and personal integrity. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiary is at risk because of her work defending the human rights of Afro-Colombians in Colombia.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows that Erlendy Cuero Bravo and her family are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and personal integrity are at grave risk.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Colombia to adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and integrity of Erlendy Cuero Bravo and her family. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiary is at risk because of his work as a human rights defender. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows that Daniel Pascual is in a serious and urgent situation.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Guatemala to adopt the necessary measures to protect his life and personal integrity. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are at risk because they have performed judiciary functions in high-impact cases.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Honduras to adopt the necessary measures to protect their life and personal integrity. The information provided by the petitioners indicates that the members of these persons are in a risk situation due to acts of violence, kidnappings, death threats, killings and forced displacement. On July 29, , the IACHR emitted a resolution to reaffirm the present precautionary measures and required the State to redouble its efforts in order to implement all the necessary actions to determine the location or destination of the beneficiaries of the present precautionary measures, in the terms of resolution of October 3, Furthermore and considering the position of the parties, the IACHR considered the necessity of implementing a special security mechanism.

The terms of the special security mechanism are stated in the resolution. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the adolescents are at risk due to the alleged use of excessive force by personnel at the detention center, the use of prolonged and continued solitary confinement as a disciplinary punishment, and the lack of proper medical attention in the event of these episodes of violence.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented demonstrates, prima facie , that the two adolescents are in a serious and urgent situation as their lives and personal integrity are at grave risk.

The Commission also asked Brazil to come to an agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted and to report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

It also asked that the State reach agreement with the beneficiary and her representatives on the measures to be adopted. It also asked the State to come to an agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted, and to report on the steps taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the teenager has faced acts of violence, threats, and harassment since he filed complaints against a police officer at the 18th Police Station of Rosario, in Santa Fe Province.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information presented demonstrates, prima facie , that F and his family are in a serious and urgent situation, as their life and personal integrity are at risk. Consequently in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Argentina to adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of F and his immediate family; reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and inform the IACHR concerning the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The information provided by the beneficiaries indicates that these individuals are at risk, as they have been targets of threats, harassment, and acts of violence because they live in the same territory as Juana Calfunao, and have become involved in various actions to defend the territory where they live. Through its decision to extend this precautionary measure, the Commission asked Chile to adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of Jorge Ignacio Landero Calfunao, Carolina Maciel Landero Calfunao, and Luis Calfunao Zavala; reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and inform the IACHR concerning the actions taken to investigate the allegations that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

On May 12, , the IACHR decided to request that precautionary measures be adopted to protect the life and integrity of all individuals being deprived of their liberty in six police stations located in Lomas de Zamora and La Matanza, Argentina. The request for precautionary measures alleges that those being held in custody in these lockups are in jeopardy, given the extreme overcrowding, poor hygiene conditions, lack of natural light, risk of electrocution, hour confinement, and the alleged use of torture.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information presented demonstrates, prima facie , that the individuals being deprived of their liberty in these police stations are facing a serious and urgent situation, as their life and personal integrity are threatened and at risk. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked Argentina to adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of those being held at: The IACHR also requested that Argentina adopt an immediate contingency plan to reduce the length of stay in these police lockups, considering that these are meant to be temporary, and take immediate steps to substantially reduce overcrowding in these facilities, in line with international standards; that it provide adequate hygiene conditions and access to water fit for human consumption, along with adequate medical treatment for the detainees, appropriate to their health needs; and that it adopt the necessary measures to have contingency plans in place for any eventuality, making available fire extinguishers and other necessary tools.

It also requested that Argentina reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted, and that it inform the IACHR concerning the actions taken to investigate the facts that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence. In May , the community obtained an injunction amparo in their favor, which ordered the construction to be suspended, but the request for precautionary measure indicates that the State has continued to work on the highway.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiaries are at risk given the imminent threat of deportation they face, which places their lives and personal integrity at risk. In addition, the applicants filed a petition, P, alleging a series of due process violations in the asylum procedure. Consequently, in light of Article 25 of its Rules and Procedure, the Commission requested the United Stated to refrain from deporting E. The information provided alleges that the proposed beneficiaries are at risk given their current health state, which is related to the alleged pollution they are exposed to due to their proximity to the Smelter Complex La Oroya.

Additionally, the extension request also alleges that the pathologies the proposed beneficiaries present are aggravated due to a lack of an integral medical treatment provided by the State. Through the decision of extending this precautionary measure, the Commission requested Peru to adopt the necessary measures to preserve the life and personal integrity of 10 women and 4 men, carrying out the necessary medical assessments to determine the levels of lead, cadmium and arsenic in blood, in order to provide adequate medical attention, in accordance with international standards on this subject; to agree upon measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives; and to provide information on the actions adopted to investigate the alleged facts that resulted on the adoption of a precautionary measure in order to avoid repetition.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that people in this center are at risk given the high levels of overcrowding and detention conditions. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary, who is deprived of his liberty, is not receiving the needed medical treatment in spite of serious pathologies.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information presented demonstrates, prima facie, that Kamel Salame Ajami is facing a serious and urgent situation, given that his life and personal integrity are threatened and at risk. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules and Procedure, the Commission requested Venezuela to adopt the necessary measures to preserve the life and integrity of Kamel Salame Ajami.

In particular, to provide the adequate medical assistance according to the condition of his pathologies; to ensure that detention conditions are suited to international standards, considering his current health condition; and to agree upon measures to be adopted with the beneficiary and his representatives. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiary is at risk given the imminent threat of deportation she faces.

Moreover, the request alleges a series of due process violations in the asylum procedure. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information presented demonstrates, prima facie , that D. S is facing a serious and urgent situation , since her life and personal integrity would be at risk if she were to be deported. Consequently, in light of Article 25 of its Rules and Procedure, the Commission requested the United Stated to refrain from deporting D.

Considering the information presented showing that Mr. The information provided by the petitioners alleges that the beneficiaries are at risk given they have been subjected to acts of violence, harassments, surveillance, and dead threats because of their work as water and human rights defenders. According to the request for precautionary measures, the life and integrity of R. On February 25, , the IACHR decided to request that precautionary measures be adopted in favor of the life and integrity of six persons who are held in the temporary detention center of Punta Coco, Panama.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiaries are at risk given the exceptional conditions of the detention in the center built on a deserted island. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information presented demonstrates, prima facie, that all of those detained in the Temporary Detention Center of Punta Coco are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and personal integrity are at risk.

Consequently in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules and Procedures, the Commission requested Panama to adopt the necessary measures to preserve the life and personal integrity of those detained in the temporary detention center Punta Coco, particularly, through terminating the isolation in which they find themselves. Lastly, the IACHR requested Panama to provide information on the actions adopted to investigate the alleged facts that resulted on the adoption of a precautionary measure to avoid repetition, and to agree upon measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives.

On February 3 of , the IACHR decided to request the adoption of precautionary measures in favor of the rights of the Ayoreo Totobiegosode People, especially of the communities in voluntary isolation, known as the Jonoine-Urasade. This could result on damages to their lives and personal integrity within the framework of their physical and cultural survival as indigenous people.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information presented demonstrates, prima facie , that the communities in voluntary isolation of the Ayoreo Totobiegosode People are in a serious and urgent situation given that their rights to life and personal integrity are allegedly threatened and at risk. Additionally, the IACHR requested Paraguay to avoid deforestation in the territory recognized in favor of the Ayoreo Totobiegosode People; to create a mechanism to protect and prevent third parties from entering their territory; and to create protocols specific for protection from sighting or unwanted contact based on applicable international standards; among other measures.

On January 29, , the Commission decided to request the adoption of precautionary measures in favor of six couples in Costa Rica who, according to health professionals, have infertility problems. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the six couples benefited by this precautionary measure have not been able to use the technique of vitro fertilization IVF because of the ban decreed by the Constitutional Chamber of Costa Rica.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information presented shows, prima facie, that the beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation. Their rights are allegedly in risk of irreparable damage, in view of the lack of access to IVF treatment and to the effects over time could result in the exercise of their rights. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedures, the Commission requested the State of Costa Rica to adopt the necessary measures to make the IVF technique immediately accessible to the couples identified in the resolution granting this precautionary measure; and to agree the measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives.

The information provided by the petitioners indicates that the members of these indigenous communities are in a risk situation due to acts of violence, kidnappings, death threats, killings and forced displacement. Through its decision to extend the scope of this precautionary measure, the Commission requested that Nicaragua adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the life and physical integrity of the members of the indigenous communities mentioned above; that it reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and that it inform the Commission regarding the actions taken to investigate the alleged incidents that led to the extension of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

Through its decision to extend the scope of this precautionary measure, the Commission requested that Mexico adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the life and physical integrity of Irving Rodriguez Renova; that it reach agreement with the beneficiary and his representatives on the measures to be adopted; and that it inform the Commission regarding the actions taken to investigate the alleged incidents that led to the extension of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The request for precautionary measures alleged that the beneficiaries are at risk because of the poor conditions of the detentions, that allegedly include overpopulation, excessive use of force by instructors, torture, use of isolationism for long periods of time, sexual abuses, and lack of medical assistance. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information presented shows, prima facie, that the adolescents in these facilities are in a serious and urgent situation, and their lives and personal integrity are allegedly at risk.

Particularly, the Commission requested to ensure adequate conditions of infrastructure and suitable personal, and good quality of hygiene, food and medical treatment. In addition, the Commission requested the State of Brazil substantially decrease the number of adolescents detained in these facilities, and avoid overpopulated conditions, among other measures.

Read the resolution available in Portuguese only. The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiaries are at risk because of the alleged lack of access to drinking water and of malnutrition among children of the community.

According to the information contained in the request, this situation allegedly caused the death of children in the last eight years. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that information, prima facie, demonstrates that the members of these communities are in a serious and urgent situation, since their lives and personal integrity are allegedly at risk. In addition, the Commission requested the State of Colombia to agree on the measures to be adopted with the beneficiaries and their representatives, and to periodically inform the Commission on the adoption of the requested precautionary measures.

The request for precautionary measures alleges that the beneficiaries are at risk and that they were victims of threats and acts of violence, allegedly because of the actions undertaken to obtain legal recognition of their right to their lands and due to their opposition to the development of projects in the area.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission considers that the information demonstrates, prima facie, that the proposed beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation, since their lives and personal integrity are allegedly at risk. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedures, the Commission requested the State of Honduras to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee that the life and physical integrity of Ana Mirian Romero and the 13 identified leaders as well as the family members of Rosario Vasquez Pineda and Ana Mirian Romero; to adopt the necessary measures so that the beneficiaries may develop their activities as human rights defenders without being victims of acts of violence, threats and harassment; to agree on the measures to be adopted with the beneficiary and their representatives; and to report on the actions taken to investigate the alleged facts that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure, in order to prevent its repetition.

At the request of petitioners, the identity of the beneficiaries is withheld. According to the request for measures, as a result of his participation he has received threats and attacks that are putting his life and physical integrity at risk, as well as the rights of his family. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law laid out by the petitioner, the Commission believes that the information presented shows that X and his immediate family are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and physical integrity are at risk.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requests that Mexico adopt the necessary measures to protect the lives and physical integrity of X and the members of his immediate family. It also requests that the necessary measures be adopted so that X can carry out his work as a journalist without being the target of acts of violence and harassment. The Commission also asks that Mexico reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives as to the measures to be adopted, and that it inform the Commission about the actions taken to investigate the alleged incidents that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

In requesting precautionary measures, the mother had asked the Commission for help to obtain the medications and free specialized treatment her son needed, saying that she had not received an adequate response from the Mexican authorities.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that Zenaida Candia Espinobarros and the members of her immediate family are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and physical integrity are at risk. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requests that Mexico adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and physical integrity of Zenaida Candia Espinobarros and her immediate family so that they can carry out the search for their family member without being the target of acts of violence and harassment.

The Commission also asks the State to come to an agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives concerning the measures to be taken, and to inform the Commission about the actions taken to investigate the alleged incidents that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence. According to the request, the proposed beneficiaries have been victims of attacks, acts of aggression, threats, and persecution on the part of the Venezuelan State for independently and critically exercising their right to freedom of expression through the news media.

The request for precautionary measures asks the State of Venezuela to invalidate any measure that restricts their liberty and suspend any measure that bars them from leaving the country and orders them to report to the court on a regular basis. The story included direct quotes from statements made by Leamsy Salazar, who claims to have worked as a bodyguard for Diosdado Cabello and is now in the United States, providing information to U. After analyzing the allegations of facts and law presented by the parties, the Commission believes that the information presented shows that Miguel Henrique Otero, Alberto Federico Ravell, Isabel Cristina Ravell, and Teodoro Petkoff are in a serious and urgent situation, as their rights are reportedly being threatened and are at risk.

Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requests that Venezuela adopt the necessary measures to guarantee that Miguel Henrique Otero, Alberto Federico Ravell, Isabel Cristina Ravell, and Teodoro Petkoff can legitimately exercise their freedom of expression without being stigmatized or harassed in the course of their work as journalists.

The Commission also asked the State to reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives as to the measures to be adopted, and that it take the necessary steps to ensure that the incidents that gave rise to this precautionary measure are not repeated.

In addition, the Commission asks that Colombia reach agreement with the beneficiary and her representatives as to the measures to be adopted, and that it inform the Commission about the actions taken as of the issuance of the resolution. According to the request, the proposed beneficiaries are facing alleged acts of violence, threats, and harassment on the part of public security agents of the State, due to their activities in defense of the rights to the territory where they live.

After analyzing the allegations of fact and law presented by the parties, the Commission believes that the information shows that Juana Calfunao and the members of her family are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and physical integrity are at risk. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requests that Chile adopt the necessary measures to guarantee the life and physical integrity of Juana Calfunao and her family.

The Commission also asks the State to reach agreement with the beneficiaries and her representatives on the measures to be adopted, and that it inform the Commission within 15 days regarding the adoption of the requested precautionary measures and update the information on a regular basis.

According to the request, members of these indigenous communities are subjected to ongoing cycles of violence, murder, threats and acts of harassment, as a result of the presence of the so-called settlers colonos within their territories of the indigenous communities and acts of violence, in the context of a territorial dispute and land title claims on said territories. After examining the allegations of fact and law submitted by the requesting parties, the Commission believes that the information provided to it shows prima facie that the members of the indigenous communities of la Esperanza, Santa Clara, Wisconsin and Francia Sirpi of the Miskitu Indigenous people of Wangki Twi-Tasba Raya are facing a serious and dire situation, inasmuch as their lives and personal integrity are under threat and in jeopardy.

Consequently, in keeping with Article 25 of the IACHR Rules of Procedure, the Commission requests Nicaragua to adopt the necessary measures to ensure the lives and personal integrity of the members of the indigenous communities of la Esperanza, Santa Clara, Wisconsin and Francia Sirpi, of the Miskitu Indigenous peoples of Wangki Twi-Tasba Raya; to work out with the beneficiaries and their representatives an agreement on the measures that must be implemented; and to report on actions taken to investigate the alleged facts, which gave rise to the instant precautionary measure and thus prevent them from happening again.

According to the request, the proposed beneficiaries have been the target of threats, harassment, and acts of violence because of their role as human rights defenders, specifically in response to various reports that have been published on the human rights situation in the country. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law presented by the petitioners, the Commission believes the information shows that the beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and physical integrity are at risk.

The Commission also asks the State to reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted, and that it inform the Commission on the actions taken to investigate the alleged incidents that led to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

Through its decision to extend the scope of this precautionary measure, the Commission requested that Venezuela adopt the necessary measures to safeguard the life and physical integrity of Lilian Tintori, Patricia Ceballos, and their respective children; that it reach agreement with the beneficiaries and their representatives on the measures to be adopted; and that it inform the Commission regarding the actions taken to investigate the alleged incidents that led to the extension of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

On September 29, , the IACHR decided to request that precautionary measures be adopted for Alfredo Rolando Prieto, a Salvadoran national who was sentenced to death in and who is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on October 1, After analyzing the factual and legal arguments put forth by the applicants, the Commission considers that, if Mr.

Alfredo Rolando Prieto is executed before having an opportunity to examine the merits of this matter any eventual decision would be rendered moot in respect of the effectiveness of potential remedies resulting in irreparable harm. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information shows, prima facie, that the proposed beneficiaries are in a serious and urgent situation, as their lives and physical integrity are said to be at imminent risk.

Read the resolution, available in Spanish and French. The request for precautionary measures is related to a petition on alleged violations to rights enshrined in the American Declaration, which was registered under number P According to the request, the proposed beneficiaries have allegedly been facing acts of violence and threat against them, after having made allegations against the Mayor of the city of Les Irois.

According to the petitioners, after they made those complaints, the proposed beneficiaries have been targets of alleged acts of violence and threats, along the last few years. The petitioners also added that the day that the radio was opened, the Mayor publicly declared his intention to close it. After analyzing the allegations of fact and law, the Commission believes that the information shows, prima facie, that the proposed beneficiaries are in an urgent and serious situation since their lives and integrity are said to be at imminent risk.

Read the resolution, available in Spanish or in French. The request of precautionary measures alleges that such persons were facing a series of acts of violence and threats against them, in the light of the activities carried out by Rony Alejandro Pineda Fortin as Assistant Inspector of the Police.

According to the petitioners, Rony Alejandro Pineda Fortin was allegedly receiving threats because in his role of Assistant Inspector of the Police assigned to work at the airport of the city of La Ceiba since , he intervened in an episode that allegedly took place in that airport, related to an alleged shipment of cocaine from Mexico.

The request indicates that Rony Alejandro Pineda Fortin immediately reported the situation. The competent authorities allegedly arrived to the airport, informed him they were taking charge of the situation and required him to authorize the release of the pilots of the plane under a threat to charge him of misuse of authority.

The request indicates that the next day he was allegedly notified he was being transferred to Tegucigalpa. It also adds that he is being allegedly harassed at work, through continuously suspending him and reinstating him, and that he fears for his life and personal integrity. On May 17, , Rony Alejandro Pineda Fortin received several calls and messages to his cell phone, in which he was allegedly informed that State intelligence had detected that someone was looking for him and his brother to kill them.

As a result, a patrol was allegedly assigned to provide them protection that day. Al-Hawsawi, in the United States of America. The request of precautionary measures alleges that the proposed beneficiary, a year old from Saudi Arabia, has allegedly been deprived of his liberty for 12 years, and since has allegedly been detained at the U.

Since his abduction from Rawalpindi, Pakistan, the applicants sustain that the proposed beneficiary has suffered from threats and acts of violence against his life, health and personal integrity as a victim of the U.

The applicants reported that the proposed beneficiary was detained by the U. Applicants indicated that the U. After analyzing the factual and legal arguments set forth by the parties, the Commission considers that the information presented shows, prima facie, that Mr.

Al-Hawsawi faces a serious and urgent situation, as his life and personal integrity are presumably at risk due to the alleged conditions of detention. Consequently, in accordance with Article 25 of its Rules of Procedure, the Commission asked the United States to adopt the necessary measures to protect the life and personal integrity of Mr.

Al-Hawsawi; to adopt the necessary measures to guarantee that the detention conditions are adequate in accordance with applicable international standards; to adopt the necessary measures to ensure access to medical care and treatment and to inform regarding the actions taken to investigate the alleged incidents that gave rise to the adoption of this precautionary measure, so as to avoid a recurrence.

The public resolution identifies them as Alejandro and his family, and they are properly identified in the documents sent by the IACHR to the State. The request of precautionary measures alleges that on January 6, , Alejandro, 19 years old, was hit by six shots during an operation by the federal police and members of the army in the context of a protest in Apatzingan, Michoacan.

The petitioners reported that, due to the lack of financial resources of the family, Alejandro has not received the necessary medical care, and that he still has shrapnel and a fragmented bullet in his body, compromising the mobility of an arm, the vision of an eyeball, and the mobility of a leg. The petitioners argue that support was required to the authorities in order to receive proper medical treatment, but that he has allegedly not received the medical care he needs.

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