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Conditions of detention for political prisoners in Uruguay.

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        Paginationxvi, 93 p. :
        Number of Pages72
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ii In September 1980 and in April and May 1981, the authorities announced that her husband's sentence was to be reviewed by the Supreme Military Tribunal, but this has not yet occurred. The situation in each of the 27 prisons varied greatly, with 13 prisons above 100 percent capacity, and five prisons above 120 percent designed capacity.

Not only did an increase in criminal activity lead to more incarcerations, but inhumane cell conditions led to even higher crime rates by preventing the effective rehabilitation of detainees. Economic Growth, Energy, and Environment• ' The scope of this rule is quite clearly defined. The Ministry for Social Development and the state-owned telephone company, Antel, maintained a free nationwide hotline operated by trained NGO employees for victims of domestic violence.

Mothers in prison with their children lived in poorly designed facilities with security problems due to a lack of prisoner classification, health and environmental concerns, a lack of specialized services and facilities, and undefined and unclear policies for special-needs inmates.

Foreign workers, regardless of their national origin or citizenship status, were not always welcome and continued to face challenges when seeking employment. The Latin America and Caribbean Transgender Persons Network REDLACTRANS presented a study showing that human rights violations against transgender Conditions of detention for political prisoners in Uruguay.

included discrimination, violence and aggression, theft, violation of the right to access justice, harassment, and homicide, among others.

Access to Asylum: The law provides for the granting of asylum or refugee status through a refugee commission, which adjudicates asylum claims, provides protection to refugees, and provides them with durable solutions such as access to housing and livelihoods. The Ministry of Public Security monitored citizen activities through a surveillance network that included secret police.

Conteris was repeatedly subjected to solitary confinement and was held in the coldest part of the prison, the first floor. Honduras took to the streets for weeks on end to protest alleged election fraud and the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez. was a German pastor, theologian, anti-Nazi dissident, being accused of being associated with the July 20 plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler. Acceptable Conditions of Work The law provides for a national minimum wage, and the monthly minimum wage for all workers was above the poverty line.