American Convention on Human Rights (Article 25)

1969Inter American Commission on Human Rights

Right to Judicial Protection 1. Everyone has the right to simple and prompt recourse, or any other effective recourse, to a competent court or tribunal for protection against acts that violate his fundamental rights recognized by the constitution or laws of the state concerned or by this Convention, even though such violation may have been committed by persons acting in the course of their official duties.

Key wordsConvention against Torture / torture / torture prevention

CountriesAmericas / Latin Amerika