Detained in Buryatia pre-trial detention center sent to punishment cell
Accused and convicted persons in the pre-trial detention center № 1, Buryatia, were illegally kept in punishment cells and punitive confinements. The examination of the Prosecutor's Office also revealed other serious violations of the law infringing rights of persons in custody.
The Head of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Republic of Buryatia made a recommendation, the press service of the Prosecutor's Office reported to IA UlanMedia.
The Prosecutor of the Republic conducted an examination of legislative execution with the sneezing of the suspects, accused and convicted persons in the detention center of the Buryatia Republic. The examination revealed serious violations of the law infringing rights of persons in custody.
Violations of labor laws as to wage of the convicted persons and the provision of annual paid established.
The staff of the pre-trial detention center did not perform requirements of the material and household providing of condemned, separation of convicts, there were revealed deficiencies in the organization of telephone conversations, checks of prohibited for use and storage things and objects. There were established episodes of unlawful and unreasonable enforcing of penalties to convicted persons.
Subsequent to the results of examination three illegal decision on the placement of the accused and convicted in solitary confinement and punishment cells, one decision to grant a convicted with a title of infringer as an order of punishment were cancelled.
In order to eliminate violations of the law, their causes and conditions that contribute to them, the Prosecutor of the Republic made a request to the Head of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in the Republic of Buryatia.
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