The Presidential Commissioner for Human Rights and Attention to Victims, Humberto Prado, reported that all those who have been victims of human rights violations can register and access the Single Registry of Victims through the website: www.comisionadoDDHH.org.ve.
The digital platform will make it possible to quantify and provide legal and psychological assistance and public accompaniment before national and international bodies of both the Inter-American Human Rights System and the Universal System of Human Rights, which will make it possible to provide a timely response to all those who have violated their human rights.
Commissioner Prado explained that through this electronic system he will provide objective statistics that will be reported monthly through the media on the accurate statistics that the Unified Registry will produce with respect to the Number of victims registered; summary of the case; which and what types of violations were most recorded by individuals.
Furthermore, he reported that a meeting is planned with representatives of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, and other international organizations as well as the Diaspora to make them aware of the advantages of the Single Registry of Victims.
He advanced that as of February, offices will be opened in several states of the country to begin providing timely and adequate attention to victims’ requests.
On the other hand, he rejected the intimidation by officials of the Anti-Corruption Division of Sebin that continues today, and that on instructions from superiors of officials of that security body, they will not allow any person access to the administrative offices of the President (e), Juan Guaidó.
Prado described the raid on President Juan Guaidó’s office as an “irregular procedure, because they do not have a written judicial order for a home visit accompanied by a judge and a prosecutor from the Public Prosecutor’s Office.”