Provides For Obligation Of Secrecy For Those Who Provide Information Leading To The Location Of Disappeared Detainees

Original Language Title: ESTABLECE OBLIGACION DE SECRETO PARA QUIENES REMITAN INFORMACION CONDUCENTE A LA UBICACION DE DETENIDOS DESAPARECIDOS

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"Unique article-pastors, priests or Ministers of worship in churches, denominations or religious institutions that enjoy legal personality, members of the Grand Lodge of Chile and the B 'nai B' rith of Chile and members of the armed forces and Carabineros de Chile, governing institutions, will be required to maintain reserve only with respect to the name and the data used to identify those who provide or trust information useful and conducive to establishing the whereabouts and destination of the disappeared detainees referred to in article 6 of law No. 19.123.
The determination of the persons referred to in the previous paragraph will be reserved and shall contain a record that should be mentioned institutions, a Minister of faith designated for this purpose.
Communication, dissemination or disclosure of the name or details of those who have provided the information referred to in subsection first, shall be punished with the penalties specified in article 247 of the Penal Code, as the case may be.
The duty of confidentiality which includes this provision will be enforceable to persons identified in subsection first, even though they had lost the qualities that there are designated. These people understand is covered in no. 2 of article 201 of the code of criminal procedure.
Provisions of this rule shall apply only with respect to the information that those received within the period of six months as from publication of this law.
The information which persons or bodies referred to in the subparagraph first of this law, will be delivered to the President of the Republic later than the expiration of the period of six months referred to in the fifth paragraph.
The information referred to in this law, not article 11 applies to you bis of Act No. 18.575. ".