Chili should denounce ILO Convention 169 an international standard that is nul adopted by an international body that has not juridiction on indigenous matters, is the proposal of the candidate that won the first round of the Chiliean Presidential elections in November 2021.
The Advisory Opinion rendered by the Constitutional Court in July 2020 reiterated the obligation to enforce the previous consultation requirements of Convention No. 169 by an act passed by the legislative body. The ILO Committee of Experts in its 2021 Observation slightly refers to the Advisory Opinion and encourages again the stakeholders to establish effective consultation procedures with indigenous peoples.
This post analyses the ILO’s report of the results of the complaint regarding the application of Convention No. 169 in Nepal. Has the procedure allowed the Organization to continue to "increase transparency" and exercise "recognized and effective control" of Convention No. 169 in the Kathmandu valley? The ILO dismissed the complaint by the Newar people on their rights protected by Convention No 169. However, the UN Rapporteurs on Human Rights have been able to establish a dialogue with the Nepalese authorities on the same issue.
Still no justice for four indigenous leaders killed in September 2014. ILO Convention 169, which protects indigenous peoples and their land, is ignored by authorities, thus granting immunity to perpetrators of crimes and illegal logging. La OIT no se inmuta ante la matanza de los líderes Ashánincas. En Pucallpa, los magistrados van presos, la pandemia suspende las actividades judiciales y los asesinos siguen libres.
Informaciones pertinentes para actualizar https://natanelkin.com/2017/01/14/metodos-para-aplicar-la-consulta-previa/