Perbezaan antara semakan "Jorge Rafael Videla"
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After democracy was restored in Argentina, Videla was among the generals convicted of human rights crimes, including "disappearances," tortures, murders and kidnappings. Videla left office in 1981, and in 1985, Videla was sentenced to life imprisonment at the military prison of Magdalena. The courts found him guilty of being responsible for 66 aggravated homicides, 306 kidnappings, 93 torturings and 26 robberies. In 1985, Videla was sentenced to life imprisonment at the military prison of Magdalena.
But, on Dec. 29, 1990, amid rumblings of another possible military coup, President [[Carlos Menem]] pardoned Videla and other convicted generals. Many politicians considered the pardons a pragmatic decision of national reconciliation that menutup sejarah hitam era "Dirty War" dimana ramai nyawa terkorban.
Following the election of [[Néstor Kirchner]], there has been a widespread effort in Argentina to discredit and delegitimize Videla's rule. The government no longer recognizes Videla as having been a legal president of the country, and his portrait has been removed from all halls and archives. There have also been many legal prosecutions of officials associated with the crimes of the regime.