Tunisia – INPT: Prisoners’ conditions do not meet international standards
During a workshop that was held in Tunis under the title “Conditions of detained women between reality and national and international standards”, the head of the National Authority for the Prevention of Torture (INPT), Fathi Jarray, mentioned that the female prisoners’ conditions and accommodation situations do not meet the international standards, even though they have improved in comparison to the past few years. The National Authority for the Prevention of Torture (INPT) has uncovered countless violations practiced against women in prisons and detention centers, including being exposed to verbal and physical abuse, not to mention the inappropriate environment for breastfeeding mothers and pregnant women, as well as the mistreatment practiced by security members against female prisoners who are charged with terrorism cases.
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