ANNUAL REPORT 1979-1980
OBSERVATIONS THE COMMISSION CONSIDERS TO
BE APPROPRIATE ON THE COMMUNICATIONS IT HAS RECEIVED
Commission held its 46th, 47th, 48th and 49th sessions during the period
covered by the present report, with a large number of cases having been
opened on alleged violations of human rights that are upheld in the
American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man and in the American
Convention on Human Rights.
the provisions of the Statute in force at that time, the Commission
considers that in its present annual report to the General Assembly, it
is appropriate for it to make observations only on those cases that were
processed and examined during the time-period covered by the report and
in which human rights were proven to have been violated; it had also
made pertinent recommendations to the governments against which the
denunciations were directed, in application of the provisions of the
corresponding articles of the Regulations then in effect.
a result, the Commission is submitting to the General Assembly of the
Organization those observations it considers to be appropriate on the
cases that meet the requirements for publication.
this end, the Resolutions published below are listed according to the
date on which they were adopted by the Commission.