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GREGORIO ALVAREZ denye DIKTATE MILITE lan URUGUAY an,mouri lan PRIZON semenn sa a ,a LAJ de 91 an..
Ironikman se ALVAREZ ki te tounen pouvwa a bay SIVIL an 1984.

Apre ansyen DIKTATE MILITE AJANTEN yo ki MOURI lan PRIZON ,youn a LAJ de 88 an ,se TOU pa IRIGWE.

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Gen. Gregorio Alvarez, Last Uruguayan Dictator, Dies at 91


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSDEC. 28, 2016



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Gen. Gregorio Alvarez arriving at court for his trial in Montevideo, Uruguay, on Dec. 5, 2007. Credit Andres Stapff/Reuters  

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — Gen. Gregorio Alvarez, the last leader of Uruguay’s brutal dictatorship of the 1970s and ’80s, died here on Wednesday while serving a prison sentence for human rights abuses. He was 91.

The military’s health service said he died at the Central Hospital of the Armed Forces.

Under General Alvarez, Uruguay was part of the secret alliance of South American dictatorships known as Operation Condor, in which military leaders cooperated in persecuting and killing one another’s dissidents.

General Alvarez, himself the son of a general, participated in the 1973 coup that dissolved Uruguay’s legislature amid a government crackdown on the Marxist Tupamaro rebels, who were trying to seize power. One of General Alvarez’s brothers had been killed by Tupamaro attackers in 1972.

General Alvarez became chief of the army in 1978 and president in 1981. His government imprisoned democratic critics and censored the news media.

He agreed in 1984 to hand over power to an elected civilian government as the wave of dictatorships in the region was starting to recede. Argentina’s military rule had ended a year earlier, and Brazil’s ended a year later.

Hundreds of suspected leftists were arrested and tortured during the dictatorship, and historians say an estimated 180 Uruguayans were killed, most of them while in the custody of the government’s Argentine allies.

Gregorio Conrado Alvarez Armelino was born on Nov. 26, 1925, in Montevideo. There was no immediate information on survivors.

In 2009, General Alvarez was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in the deaths or disappearances of 37 Uruguayans under Operation Condor.

During his trial, he said he knew nothing of illegal abductions and forced disappearances.

Prosecutors argued that he had been in a position to know what had happened to the political prisoners, first as army chief and later as president.



A version of this article appears in print on January 1, 2017, on Page A17 of the New York edition with the headline: Gen. Gregorio Alvarez, 91, Last Brutal Uruguayan Dictator. Order Reprints| Today's Paper|Subscribe  

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Gade konbyen ,dapre ATIK NYTIMES lan ,konbyen KOUDETAMANN ,KAVALYE POLKA PINOCHET yo ke CHILYEN yo te arête.

780 KOUDETAMANN ,SIVIL ak MILITE.
An 2010,yo te KONDANE 210 ladan yo ,an 2014 preske 300.
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Chile Rejects Church Call to Pardon Officials


By ALEXEI BARRIONUEVOJULY 25, 2010

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — Sebastián Piñera, Chile’s president, abruptly rejected calls on Sunday from the Roman Catholic Church to pardon dozens of imprisoned military officials convicted of human rights violations during the era known as Chile’s dirty war.

Mr. Piñera, Chile’s first right-wing leader since the dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet ended two decades ago, had promised during his campaign last year to crack down on crime and have a “zero tolerance” policy toward criminal offenders.

On Sunday he put an end to months of mounting pressure from the Catholic Church and some in the country’s right-wing establishment to make a grand healing gesture to the country by issuing sweeping pardons.

“While we value the debate generated by these proposals, we cannot ignore that they continue to produce a climate of tension and division in Chilean society that many times reopens the old wounds and bitterness of the past,” Mr. Piñera said in a televised address from the presidential palace in Santiago.

Standing up to Chile’s Catholic Church was seen as a bold move, considering the church’s well-acknowledged role in challenging the military dictatorship of General Pinochet and in harboring many human rights victims and people sought by the military.

But the church’s reputation has been tarnished recently by revelations of sexual abuse by priests in Chile.
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President Sebastián Piñera's decision ended months of pressure from the church. Credit Aliosha Marquez/Associated Press

The general pardon would have affected more than 60 people currently serving prison sentences for human rights violations during General Pinochet’s 17-year military government, most of whom are in a modern, comfortable prison built especially for them in 1995. More than 780 civilians and members of the military have been indicted, 210 of whom have been convicted, according to Agrupación de Familiares de Ejecutados Políticos, a Chilean human rights group.

José Miguel Vivanco, the Americas director for Human Rights Watch, applauded Mr. Piñera’s decision, saying that the country was not ready to forgive the atrocities committed by military officials.

“The Catholic Church has not sufficiently explained its reasons for this proposal,” Mr. Vivanco said. “Reconciliation is not good enough. The Catholic Church has to communicate much more powerful reasons for moving in the direction of special treatment of perpetrators of atrocities in Chile.”

Mr. Piñera said the time for a general pardon was not right, noting that the government had issued three pardons in the past decade. He said his government would consider pardons on a case-by-case basis in the future.

More than freeing prisoners as a way to improve prison conditions, the president pledged that his government would improve prison facilities and conditions, and build more jails.

Despite the rejection, the church reacted positively Sunday. Monsignor Alejandro Goic, president of the Bishops Conference, said on television that the president’s announcement reflected the church’s proposal in terms of improving the prison system and deciding on pardons on a case-by-case basis.

“We are satisfied that this issue has become part of the national agenda,” he said.




Pascale Bonnefoy contributed reporting from Santiago, Chile.

A version of this article appears in print on , on Page A7 of the New York edition with the headline: Chile Rejects Church Call To Pardon Officials. Order Reprints| Today's Paper|Subscribe
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