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However, some defendants had access to counsel during trials. In the past, local human rights organizations did not view the office as an advocate or interlocutor with the Government and often did not file complaints with the OPC, reporting that OPC did not play an active role following up on human rights complaints.
They were turned over to a special police unit who took them to the national penitentiary, where they remained at year's end. At year's end, 3 of the 81 deputies were women, and there were 6 women among the 19 senators.
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