CARACAS, Monday November 19, 2012 | Update

IACHR Court probes sentences of cases of Venezuela, Argentina and Colombia

With respect to Venezuela, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights is to ponder on how to settle a case of alleged impunity in the investigation into an assassination attempt that claimed the live of Joe Luis Castillo González

Monday November 19, 2012  02:54 PM
Judges of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR Court) will hold on November 19-30 their 97th regular session where they will delve in private meetings into the sentences of cases in Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia, Guatemala and Costa Rica.

Based on an official communiqué, the Court will discuss its rulings in key cases, Efe quoted.

With regard to Venezuela, the IACHR Court will tackle how to settle a case of alleged impunity in an investigation into an attack that claimed the life of Joe Luis Castillo González.

The decrees will be issued in the weeks subsequent to the session, through a formal notice to the parties.
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