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The International Observatory of Prisons denounces the state of disrepair of the Mayotte prison

The international Observatory of prisons (OIP) pointed the finger the State of dilapidation the penitentiary M
ajicavo of Mayotte.
The organization which campaigns for the right to the dignity of prisoners requires that last renovation measures decided for the Baumettes prison in Marseille are immediately applicable to all prisons overseas.
The prisons of Saint-Pierre in Réunion, Faa'a Nuutania prison in Polynesia, Camp is in Nouvelle Caledonia,

Basse-Terre and Baie-Mahault, Guadeloupe, Ducos in Martinique, and Remire-Montjoly in Guyana are also concerned. "Work must be incurred where damages are likely to endanger prisoners, namely the dilapidation of electrical or difficulty of access to water and he argued in a in an OIP statement.

 The international Observatory of prisons also recalls that "overseas focuses unfortunately a set of establishment obsolete, overcrowded and degraded facilities that also exist in France, but tend to be forgotten".

 Against the unhealthiness of the Baumettes prison in Marseilles, the state Council orderedlast Saturday a "major operation to the rodent of Marseille prison.

Assani Badrudin

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