Monday, August 25, 2014

Reform in Bolivia?

Pressure continues to mount for military justice reform in Bolivia. This article highlights some of the issues, including the continued availability of the death penalty, even though it is barred in the civilian courts. The conditions of pretrial confinement are also a subject of controversy: one prisoner confined in a windowless improvised cell was allowed daylight for only half an hour per day.

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