On May 6, Judge Galvez ordered the opening the trial for the first  9 accused of the Military Diary case, who will face charges for illegal detention, torture, forced disappearance, murder, extra-judicial execution, sexual violence & crimes against humanity of at least 195 people (1983-1985).

A central concern and demand is the guarantee of safety for the families, plaintiffs, lawyers, prosecutors and judge of the case.

NISGUA along with 47 social organizations, collectives, institutions and religious communities and more than 240 individuals signed & sent a letter to express our solidarity with the families, victims, and survivors of the Military Diary Case and accompanying organizations.

View the webinar “Women in the Military Diary Case”