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VIDESVolontariato Internazionale Donna Educazione Sviluppo (Italian: International Voluntary Female Education Development; Italy)
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Vides, who was the president of Bay Area Construction Management Accounting Inc., shot her husband with a handgun.
VIDES UK is part of an International Voluntary Organisation founded in 187 by the Salesian Sisters.
That ruling upheld a deportation order for Vides Casanova, based in part on the principle of "command responsibility." The court found that Vides Casanova, as head of the National Guard from 1979 to 1983 and minister of defense from 1983 to 1989, "participated in the commission of particular acts of torture and extrajudicial killing of civilians" by the fact that they "took place while he was in command."
In her fascinating study, Solo ellas: familia y feminismo en la novela irlandesa contemporanea, Auxiliadora Perez Vides views the institution of the family in Ireland and, in particular, the non-conventional family arrangements, from an interdisciplinary perspective that combines feminist issues, literary criticism and sociology.
The board's decision on Vides Casanova is significant not only for its use of the concept of "command responsibility," but also for the fact that the general was once a close ally of the United States, and the highest-ranking military commander successfully prosecuted under a provision of the 2004 law.
The judgments of $14.6 million in compensatory damages and $40 million in punitive damages against Vides and Garcia should be collectable, at least in part, unless the generals skip the country.
Vides left his native El Salvador in 1965 in search of work in neighboring Guatemala.