“[…] Law stipulates that CNDH may visit places of deprivation of liberty, but is silent on whether these visits may be unannounced. While the SCA acknowledges that, in some circumstances, it may be necessary to provide notice if such visits for reasons such as security, it is of the view that an NHRI should be mandated to conduct ‘unannounced’ visits to all places of detention within its jurisdiction as this limits opportunities for detaining authorities to hide or obscure human rights violations and facilitates greater scrutiny. The SCA acknowledges that, the CNDH reports that it conducts unannounced visits of places of deprivation of liberty in practice. Nevertheless, it encourages the CNDH to advocate for the explicit mandate to conduct unannounced visits to all places of detention. In the interim, the SCA encourages the CNDH to continue to access all places of deprivation of liberty to effectively monitor, investigate and report on the human rights situation in a timely manner. It further encourages the CNDH to undertake systematic follow-up activities and advocate for the consideration and implementation of its findings and recommendations in order to ensure the protection of detainees.”