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REPORT No. 84/17

PETITION 188-11

REPORT ON ADMISSIBILITY

MARCOS LUIS ABARCA ZAMORANO AND OTHERS

CHILE


OEA/Ser.L/V/II.163

Doc. 97


7 July 2017

Original: Spanish





Approved by the Commission at its session No. 2093 held on July 7, 2017.
163rd Special Period of Sessions.




Cite as: IACHR, Report No. 84/17, Petition 188-11. Admissibility. Marcos Luis Abraca Zamorano and Others. Chile. July 7, 2017.



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REPORT No. 84/17

PETITION 188-11

REPORT ON ADMISSIBILITY

MARCOS LUIS ABARCA ZAMORANO AND OTHERS

CHILE


JULY 7, 2018
I. INFORMATION ABOUT THE PETITION

Petitioning party:

Unión de Ex Prisioneros Políticos de Chile (Association of Chilean Former Political Prisoners)

Alleged victims:

P-188-11: Marcos Luis Abarca Zamorano and Others1

P-262-12: Orlando Alexander Aguilar González and Others2

P-735-12: Guillermo Eusebio López Martínez

P-281-14: Eduardo Abarzúa Rivadeneira and Others3

State denounced:

Chile

Rights invoked:

Articles 5 (Humane Treatment), 8 (Fair Trial), 25 (Judicial Protection) and 63 (obligation to repair) of the American Convention on Human Rights,4 in relation to Articles 1.1 (Obligation to Respect Rights) and 2 (Domestic Legal Effects) thereof, and Article 8 of the Inter-American Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture

II. PROCEDURE BEFORE THE IACHR5

Date on which the petition was received:

P-188-11: February 15, 2011

P-262-12: February 8, 2012

P-735-12: April 19, 2012

P-281-14: February 28, 2014

Additional information received at the stage of initial review:

P-188-11: September 7, 2012; May 23, 2013; June 5 and July 13, 2014; and April 21, 2015

Date on which the petition was transmitted to the State:

P-188-11 6: May 5, 2015

Date of the State’s first response:

P-188-11: September 4, 2015

Additional observations from the petitioning party:

P-188-11: March 29, 2016

III. COMPETENCE

Competence Ratione personae:

Yes, in all the petitions

Competence Ratione loci:

Yes, in all the petitions

Competence Ratione temporis:

Yes, in all the petitions

Competence Ratione materiae:

Yes; American Convention (deposit of instrument of ratification: August 21, 1990) and Inter-American Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture (deposit of instrument of ratification: September 30, 1988)

IV. ANALYSIS OF DUPLICATION OF PROCEDURES AND INTERNATIONAL RES JUDICATA, COLORABLE CLAIM, EXHAUSTION OF DOMESTIC REMEDIES AND TIMELINESS OF THE PETITION

Duplication of procedures and International res judicata:

No

Rights declared admissible

Articles 5 (Humane Treatment), 8 (Fair Trial) and 25 (Judicial Protection) of the American Convention, in relation to Articles 1.1 (Obligation to Respect Rights) and 2 (Domestic Legal Effects) thereof, and Articles 1, 6 and 8 of the Inter-American Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture

Exhaustion of domestic remedies or applicability of an exception to the rule:

P-188-11: Yes; September 1, 2010

P-262-12: Yes; September 2, 2011

P-735-12: Yes; December 2, 2011

P-281-14: Yes; September 30, 2013

Timeliness of the petition:

P-188-11: Yes; February 15, 2011

P-262-12: Yes; February 8, 2012

P-735-12: Yes; April 19, 2012

P-281-14: Yes; February 28, 2014

V. ALLEGED FACTS

Previous considerations

  1. The four petitions considered in this report were filed by the Unión de Ex Prisioneros Políticos de Chile on behalf of 1,720 alleged victims, who claim to have been subjected to political imprisonment and torture between September 1973 and March 1990, recognized by the National Commission on Political Imprisonment and Torture ("the Valech Commission"), and on behalf of the family members of those who died, in order to denounce that the State of Chile has violated their right of access to justice and a full redress for the damages caused by a state policy of persecution during the dictatorship. The petitioning party successively requested that petitions were joined together. On January 30, 2013, the IACHR proceeded to join petitions P-262-12 and P-753-12 to petition P-281-14, based on Article 29.1.d of its Rules of Procedure. Later, when petition P-281-14 was filed, it was joined to the rest.

Arguments in common

  1. The petitioning party denounces that the domestic courts have rejected their claims for reparations, despite the fact that the alleged victims were kidnapped, imprisoned and physically and psychologically tortured by state agents, and therefore included by the Valech Commission in the list of survivors of political imprisonment and torture, a situation that was also confirmed by said Commission. The petitioner denounces the violation of its right to a fair compensation since the State, as the denounced party, through its State Defense Council ("CDE") declared their claims inadmissible and requested to declare them barred by the statute of limitations as it was over four years since the alleged acts of torture. Moreover, the petitioning party claims that the different competent judicial bodies dismissed the remedies on statute of limitations grounds, thus denying their right to fair reparations and failing to acknowledge the non-extinguishable nature of the serious violations giving rise to their claims. In view of this, the petitioner alleges the violation of Articles 5.1, 8.1, 25.1, 63.1, 1.1 and 2 of the American Convention, and of Article 8 of the Inter-American Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture.

  2. The petitioner submits that the rejection of their compensation claims takes place in a generalized context that hinders the investigation, prosecution and punishment of the acts of torture committed during the dictatorship. In this regard, it claims that the State has not furthered any judicial investigations ex officio to prosecute the criminal responsibility of perpetrators of torture, that Decree Law No. 2,191 (self-amnesty) is still in force, that there is no appropriate definition for the crime of torture, and that by a legal provision, the information gathered by the Valech Commission must be kept under seal for a 50 years' term. In addition, the petitioning party asserts that through the application of "partial statutory limitations," the domestic courts benefit those responsible for crimes against humanity, by lessening their punitive sentences and ensuring that these are served out of jail. Finally, the petitioner claims that there is a lack of uniformity as regards the Supreme Court's grant of civil compensations, which has caused a continuous state of uncertainty among the survivors of the political imprisonment and torture.

  3. Furthermore, the petitioning party alleges the existence of damages to the physical and moral integrity of the alleged victims and their family members, due to the court resolutions under which their right to access fair compensation is groundless and barred by statute of limitations. The petitioner requests the IACHR to consider the alleged victims' vulnerable situation in view of their bad economic situation, fragile health and old age, since most of them are over 80 years of age and a significant number of them is aged over 90 or died waiting for fair compensations. The petitioner indicates that some of the alleged victims remain in the countries of exile and that those who are in Chile assert that they have difficulty to access the health benefits of the Valech Commission (PRAIS-Osorno). The petitioner also indicates that as a result of their precarious situation, there have been several protests, including hunger strikes.

  4. In turn, the State filed only one response concerning the four petitions in which it claimed that the petition is inadmissible. It submits that the domestic legal remedies set forth by the Chilean legal framework were not exhausted. In this regard, it asserts that only 250 out of the 1720 alleged victims proved that their claims meet the admissibility requirements, but that there is no information about any domestic remedy filed by the rest of them. Therefore, it claims that it cannot be said that the requirement of prior exhaustion of domestic remedies is met. In this regard, the State requests the Commission to declare this indivisible petition inadmissible concerning all the alleged victims involved, for non-compliance with the formal requirements.

Specific arguments

P-188-11: Marcos Luis Abarca Zamorano and Others

  1. The petitioning party indicates that on May 10, 2002 it lodged a civil compensation claim with the 28th Civil Court of Santiago, on behalf of 246 people whom the Valech Commission regarded as victims of political imprisonment, and torture. It indicates that on August 29, 2003 said Court ruled to dismiss their claims on the grounds that the civil action had been barred by statute of limitations as it was 13 years since the last detention complaint. The petitioner asserts that it resorted to the Court of Appeals of Santiago, and that on January 17, 2008 this Court confirmed the lower judgment. It submits that, as a result, it filed a cassation appeal against the merits before the Supreme Court, but the appeal was rejected on September 1, 2010 on the grounds that no human rights treaty establishes the non-extinguishable nature of actions aimed at holding the State liable for civil torts.

P-262-12: Orlando Alexander Aguilar González and Others

  1. The petitioning party asserts that on September 28, 2005 it filed a civil compensation claim for damages before the 5th Civil Court of Santiago, on behalf of 511 people, survivors of political imprisonment and torture (28 of them died and are represented by a family member). It submits that on April 13, 2010, the Court ruled to dismiss their claims and found the civil action barred by statute of limitations as it was over 15 years since the end of the dictatorship. The petitioner appealed against this judgment before the Court of Appeals of Santiago, but on June 2, 2011 this Court confirmed the lower judgment and sentenced the claimants to pay for the court fees, the payment of which was demanded by the CDE. The petitioner submits that it appealed by way of cassation against this resolution before the Supreme Court and that on September 2, 2011 this Court rejected the appeal as it considered it groundless, and confirmed the lower judgment.


P-735-12: Guillermo Eusebio López Martínez

  1. The petitioner indicates that on August 18, 2005 it filed a civil compensation claim before the 21st Civil Court of Santiago, on behalf of Guillermo Eusebio López Martínez for damages arising from the repression, kidnapping, torture and political imprisonment to which he was subjected by state agents between September 11, 1973 and April 20, 1978. It asserts that on October 8, 2007 the Court ruled on the matter, rejecting their claims and declaring the civil compensation claim extinguished. The petitioner submits that it appealed against this resolution before the Court of Appeals of Santiago, and that August 27, 2009 this Court confirmed the lower judgment. It claims that it appealed by way of cassation against this decision, but Supreme Court rejected it on December 2, 2011. The Supreme Court established that the rules of statute of limitations set forth in the Civil Code must be applied, and that there are not international rules establishing the non-extinguishable nature of the actions filed by the claimant.


P-281-14: Eduardo Abarzúa Rivadeneira and Others


  1. The petitioner indicates that on May 25, 2007 it filed a civil compensation claim before the 27th Civil Court of Santiago, on behalf of 962 people whom the Valech Commission recognizes as victims (79 of them died and are represented by a family member). It asserts that on August 3, 2010 said Court ruled on the matter and partially endorsed the claim: it distinguished between the bills of damages based on the detention time proven; it denied some compensation claims on lack of information grounds; and it rejected all the actions brought by family members. The petitioning party asserts that this resolution was appealed against before the Court of Appeals of Santiago, and that the appeal was overruled on March 27, 2017 as the Court declared that the actions were barred by statute of limitations on the grounds that the period of statute of limitations does not take into account exceptions contained in the domestic law or the international law. The petitioner claims that it appealed against this resolution before the Supreme Court, and that on September 30, 2013, the cassation appeal was dismissed on statute of limitations grounds.

VI. EXHAUSTION OF DOMESTIC REMEDIES AND TIMELINESS OF THE PETITION

  1. The petitioning party denounces that in all four petitions included in this report there is a lack of access to civil reparations in favor of the alleged victims of torture, whose civil claims were dismissed on statute of limitations grounds, which the CDE alleges. The petitioner claims that these resolutions were subsequently confirmed in second instance by the Court of Appeals and in cassation by the Supreme Court, after which domestic legal remedies were exhausted. Moreover, it alleges that the State failed to comply its international obligations in that it did not start the corresponding criminal investigations ex officio into the acts of torture suffered by the alleged victims during the dictatorship, and that the State, instead, has maintained Decree Law No. 2,191 and ordered that the information gathered by the Valech Commission be kept under seal, thus obstructing their access to criminal justice.

  2. On the other hand, the State alleges the lack of exhaustion of domestic remedies, on the grounds that only 250 out of the 1,720 petitioners involved in the four petitions meet the admissibility requirements. In this regard, the Commission notes that the State does not specify the reason to establish that only some of the alleged victims exhausted the domestic remedies, nor identify the 250 people who did exhaust the domestic remedies According to the information submitted by the parties and available from the files at the IACHR, 1,719 out of the 1,720 alleged victims included in the four petitions exhausted the domestic remedies through the first and second-instance judgments issued as a result of their civil actions. These judgments were later confirmed by the Supreme Court through the corresponding decisions, issued between September 1, 2010 and September 30, 2013. In view of this, the Commission concludes that these petitions meet the requirement set forth in Article 46.1.a of the Convention and Article 31.1 of the IACHR's Rules. Likewise, the petitions were lodged within the six months following the date of the final resolutions by which the domestic remedies were exhausted; therefore, they meet the requirement established in Article 46.1.b of the Convention and Article 32.1 of the Rules.

  3. As regards Mr. Domingo Antonio Alvial Mondaca, who appears as the alleged victim in petition P-262-12, based on the information available, his name is not among the people who filed the civil claim before the 5th Civil Court of Santiago on September 28, 2005. Therefore, the Commission concludes that, as regards Mr. Alvial Mondaca, the petition does not meet the requirement established in Article 46.1.a of the Convention.

  4. Concerning the alleged lack of judicial investigation into the acts of torture giving rise to the civil actions, the IACHR recalls that in cases where torture is alleged, the criminal investigation and proceedings constitute the effective and appropriate remedy, and that these must be promoted and furthered by the State.7 The petitioning party clearly submits that "the State has not furthered a legal investigation to criminally prosecute the victimizers or the perpetrators of torture. [The State] even ordered to keep the information gathered by the Valech Commission under seal." In this regard, under the IACHR's jurisprudence, the investigations furthered by the State are the ones to be considered for the purpose of deciding on a petition's admissibility.8 In this regard, the Commission concludes that the exception to the requirement of prior exhaustion of domestic remedies established Article 46.2.a of the Convention is applicable in this case. In view of the context and the characteristics of the petitions included in this report, the Commission believes that the petitions were submitted in a timely manner and that the admissibility requirement of timeliness is met.

VII. COLORABLE CLAIM

  1. Based on the elements of fact and law presented by the parties, and in view of the nature of this matter and the context of the claims, the IACHR believes that, if proved, the alleged dismissal of the civil compensation claims for serious human rights violations on statute of limitations grounds; the alleged lack of investigation and prosecution of the acts of torture committed, and the purported damage caused by the denial of justice and fair reparations may establish possible violations of the rights enshrined in Articles 5 (Humane Treatment), 8 (Fair Trial) and 25 (Judicial Protection) of the Convention, in relation to Articles 1.1 and 2 of the same instrument, and of Article 1, 6 and 8 of the Inter-American Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture, to the detriment of the 1,719 victims and the family members of those who died.9

VIII. DECISION

  1. To find the instant petition admissible in relation to Articles 5, 8 and 25 of the American Convention, in connection with its Articles 1.1 and 2, and with Articles 1, 6 and 8 of the Inter-American Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture;

  2. To notify the parties of this decision;

  3. To continue with the analysis on the merits; and

  4. To publish this decision and include it in its Annual Report to the General Assembly of the Organization of American States.

Done and signed electronically on the 7th day of the month of July, 2017. (Signed): Francisco José Eguiguren, President; Margarette May Macaulay, First Vice-President; Esmeralda E. Arosemena Bernal de Troitiño, Second Vice-President; José de Jesus Orozco Henríquez and Luis Ernesto Vargas Silva, Commissioners.

NAME LIST OF ALLEGED VICTIMS

ANNEX I
P-188-11: Marcos Luis Abarca Zamorano and Others
1. Marcos Luis Abarca Zamorano

2. Sextor Nemesio Abarzúa Herrera

3. Armando Aburto Hermosilla

4. Galo Fernando Acevedo Sáez

5. Víctor Manuel Acuña Sandoval

6. Herico Alejandro Águila Alvarado

7. Pedro Segundo Aguilera Sanquea

8. Tomás Antonio Ahumada Córdoba

9. Guillermo Ahumada Montenegro

10. Juan Carlos Almonacid Vargas

11. Guido Alberto Alvarado Agüero

12. María Irma Alvarado Barría

13. Armando Ancapán Ancapán

14. Luciano Antimán Antimán

15. Francisco Aranda Ramírez

16. Luis Emilio Araneda Brown

17. Daniel Isidro Araneda Montiel

18. Juan Alberto Araya Alvarez

19. Lorenzo Araya Araya

20. Luis Alberto Araya Galleguillos

21. Washington Araya Vásquez

22. Federico Omar Arenas Neira

23. Iván Ruperto Arismendi Godoy

24. Rosa Alba Asencio Toledo

25. Roberto del Tránsito Avendaño Martínez

26. Margarita Marlene Báez Suárez

27. José Benedicto Baeza

28. Juan Domingo Baeza Arce

29. Segundo Mefioset Barraza Bascur

30. Luis Alberto Becerra Becerra

31. Servando del Carmen Becerra Poblete

32. Jaime Luis Benítez Sepúlveda

33. Carlina del Carmen Benítez Valdebenito

34. Luis Sergio Bernal Ayala

35. Carlos Alberto Bravo Pastor

36. Nelson Bravo Ramírez

37. Lorenzo Segundo Bugueño San Martín

38. Luis Alberto Burgos Huenchual

39. José Elías Bustos Paredes

40. Luis Ernesto Cabello Morales

41. Edisón Sócrates Cabrera Hernández

42. Marta del Carmen Cáceres Mardones

43. Fernando Hernán Calbullanca Vidal

44. Ema Magnolia Calderón Valencia

45. Abelardo Campos Sánchez

46. Gumercindo del Carmen Cancino Garrido

47. Ricarte Absalón Candia Candia

48. Juan Cárdenas González

49. Alejandro Carrillo Gayes

50. José Amador Carrillo Vivanco

51. Francisco Castillo Ojeda

52. Alexis Eduardo Castillo Roco

53. Carlos Humberto Catepillán Guinao

54. Etel Paz Cea Torres

55. José Heraldo Celis Maturana

56. Carlos Segundo Cerda Mardones

57. Adolfo Gustavo Césped Allende

58. Enrique Chávez Chaura

59. Gloria María Collao Sepúlveda

60. Guillermo Contreras Contreras

61. Arnaldo Ivor Contreras Moreno

62. Guillermo Moisés Contreras Muñoz

63. Martín Correa Peña

64. Luis Alberto Cortés Gallardo

65. Hernán Cortés Sanhueza

66. Oscar Hernán Crisóstomo Toro

67. Brunilda María Cuadra Saldías

68. Juan Cucumides Argomedo

69. Julio Edgardo Ignacio Díaz Cárdenas

70. Hugo Eduardo Díaz Fuentealba

71. Manuel Segundo Donoso Osorio

72. René de las Mercedes Donoso Ruíz

73. Héctor Hernán Duarte Lucero

74. Diógenes Antonio Elgueta Farías

75. Pablo René Elgueta Mansilla

76. Blas Enrique Espinoza Sepúlveda

77. Leonor Espinoza Venegas

78. José Aurelanio Espinoza Vidal

79. Juan Hernán Fariña Mejías

80. Francisco Antonio Figueroa Benítez

81. Raúl Enrique Flores Quiroz

82. Alfredo Fuchslocher Riedel

83. Galvarino Fuentes Canales

84. Eusebio Teófilo Fuentes Godoy

85. Marcelino Segundo Fuentes Órdenes

86. Araceli de los Reyes Fuenzalida Sánchez

87. Manuel del Tránsito Gallardo Olate

88. José Sebastián Gamonal Gamonal

89. Francisco Javier Gárnica Astorga

90. René Luis Gessell Gessell

91. Juan Roberto Godoy Espinoza

92. Bernardo Enrique Gómez Palominos

93. Crisanto Antonio González Cancino

94. Manuel Agustín González Catalán

95. Juan Bautista González Catalán

96. Óscar Raúl González Galleguillos

97. Eduardo JaimeGonzález Vera

98. José Abercio Groff Barriga

99. José Adonai Gutiérrez González

100. José Manuel Guzmán Rodríguez

101. Andrés Henríquez Reyes

102. Calenin Henríquez Roca

103. Mónica Hermosilla Jordens

104. Miguel Ángel Herrera Martínez

105. Raúl Agustín Hidalgo Miranda

106. Roberto Huenchur Güeico

107. Arnulfo Huerta Cárcamo

108. Luis Aurelio Ibarra Ahumada

109. Galvarino del Carmen Irigoyen Alfaro

110. Orlando Humberto Justiniano Aros

111. José Severiano Lagos Venegas

112. Ramón Héctor Lagos Venegas

113. Arturo Ramón Latuz Favi

114. Juan Ezequiel Leiva Aguayo

115. Marcial Remigio Leiva Aguayo

116. Nemesio Leiva Leiva

117. Edgardo Humberto Leiva Lepe

118. Eladio Agustín Lespai Santos

119. José Jorge López López

120. Juan Raúl Lorca Muñoz

121. Luján Lavín Luncumilla Valdebenito

122. José Abel Madariaga Maldonado

123. Lindor Maldonado Rosas

124. Omar Humberto Maldonado Vargas

125. Hugo Ernesto Marín Alvarez

126. Rolando Emir Marín Mansilla

127. Eddie Omar Márquez Cortes

128. Antonio Bladimir Márquez Márquez

129. Luis Efraín Martínez Delaporet

130. Iris Elena Martínez González

131. José Teobaldo Martínez Reyes

132. Julio Armando Mayorga Ojeda

133. Luis Medina Huacucano

134. Mario Nicolás Medina Soto

135. Jertrudis Yolanda Mella Correa

136. Patricia Inés Mella Correa

137. Bernardo Hernán Mella Dinamarca

138. Raúl Antonio Mella Mella

139. Luis Hipólito Melo Mendoza

140. Juan Enrique Mercado Jordán

141. José Rupercio Miranda Bahamonde

142. Jorge Víctor Miranda Bustamante

143. José Rubén Miranda Miranda

144. José Domingo Molina Ávila

145. Rubén Antonio Morales Fredes

146. Heriberto Manuel Morales Hernández

147. Alejandro Raúl Mujica Olea

148. Timoteo Antonio Muñoz Espinoza

149. Marta Elena Muñoz Gutiérrez

150. Benigno Segundo Muñoz Hernández

151. César Manuel Muñoz Urrutia

152. Manuel Guillermo Neira Saldivia

153. Severino Victoriano Núñez Ríos

154. Waldo Rubén Ogaz Peña

155. Leonel Erasmo Ojeda Flores

156. José Tabito Ojeda Guzmán

157. Guido Eduardo Olavarría Oyarzún

158. Pedro Ormeño Hernández

159. Adercio Omar Ortega Álvarez

160. Juan Nicanor Ortaga Carcamo

161. Héctor Miguel Ortega Vegas

162. José Carlos Ortega Vegas

163. Agneo José Óses Beltrán

164. Alberto Saúl Oyarzo Groff

165. Claudio Esaun Oyarzo Groff

166. Marcia Noelia Oyarzo Groff

167. Erardo Oyarzo Martínez

168. Edgardo Ignacio Pailamilla Cuitiño

169. César Orlando Mario Parancán

170. Juan Eduardo Paredes Reyes

171. Juan Desiderio Parra González

172. Elías de Jesús Pavez Llanca

173. Salomón de Jesús Pavez Llanca

174. Jorge Esteban Payrin Heredia

175. Juan Peña

176. Julio Enrique Pereira Baeza

177. José Óscar Pérez Cárcamo

178. Héctor Nicasio Pérez Colina

179. Sergio Esteban Pino Basoalto

180. Abraham Francisco Pinto Atenas

181. Carlos Pinto Fierro

182. Óscar Fernando Pizarro Talamilla

183. Ramón Luis Ponce Ibarra

184. César Juvenal Proinick Vargas

185. Luis Alberto Quintanilla Guerra

186. José Germain Rain Asencio

187. Luis Segundo Ramírez Aguayo

188. Miguel Óscar Retamal Maureira

189. Luis Salvador Reyes Baeza

190. Gregorio Segundo Riquelme Peña

191. Carlos Hernán Robles Rodríguez

192. Héctor René Robles Rodríguez

193. Emilio Rodríguez Jara

194. Patricia Mónica Rojas

195. Juan Alejandro Rojas Martínez

196. Alberto Ruiz Barría

197. José Miguel Ruiz Barría

198. Juan Mamerto Ruiz Barría

199. Félix Andrés Saldivia Gómez

200. Eduardo Sánchez González

201. Artemio Rufino Salinas Valdivia

202. Juan Bautista Sandoval Seguel

203. José Héctor Santana Añazco

204. Amable Antonio Segovia Segovia

205. Grisnery Sepúlveda Robles

206. Daniel Omar Sepúlveda Sepúlveda

207. Germán Esterfio Silva Sáez

208. José Enrique Solar Morales

209. Juan Solís Cornejo

210. Homero Soto Almonacid

211. Carlos Luis Soto Quidiante

212. José Sergio Tapia Araya

213. Arturo Segundo Tapia Zepeda

214. Abraham Valterio Téllez Sepúlveda

215. Osvaldo Alejandro Tello Bianchi

216. Orlando de María Tello Castillo

217. Osvaldo Tello Gómez

218. Emma Isabel Toro Arancibia

219. Juana Victoria Torres Díaz

220. Santiago Augusto Urzúa Lizana

221. Raúl Mario Valdebenito Sepúlveda

222. Teodoro Ricardo Valdés Ramírez

223. Mario del Carmen Valenzuela González

224. Jaime Enrique Valenzuela Martínez

225. Humberto Mario Vargas

226. Sixto Ismael Vargas Coligoro

227. José Humberto Velásquez Aguilar

228. Norberto Vera Mella

229. Renato Vera Moreno

230. Guido Enrique Vera Olivares

231. Jorge Alberto Verdejo Magna

232. Mario Gilberto Vicuña Oyarzún

233. José Luis Vidal Vidal

234. Neptalí Inocencio Vilca Cayo

235. Juan Antonio Villafaña Vilches

236. Jorge Miguel Antonio Villalobos Gálvez

237. Carlos Alberto Villanueva Andrade

238. Luis Humberto Villegas Alvarado

239. Damián Enrique Villegas Castillo

240. Claudio Hernán Villegas Mansilla

241. Nelson Vistoso Pujado

242. Pedro Juan Yáñez Vilches

243. Ramón Alberto Zambrano Toledo

244. Luis Tomas Zapata Rios

245. Sergio del Carmen Zúñiga Aguilar

246. Juan Narciso Zúñiga Barriga




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