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World Toulouse: The court hears the complaint of inmates on the Covid walls at the visiting room

23:45  19 february  2021
23:45  19 february  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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They complain of no longer hearing their families in the visiting room but they had the ear of the judges. Seized, as revealed 20 Minutes last week, by five inmates of the remand center of Seysses , the administrative court of Toulouse has just summoned the management, to check at least and possibly to modify the walls anti-covid installed in the visiting room since the start of the epidemic. In short, to ensure, within two weeks, the good acoustic quality of the premises.

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According to the detainees and their families, the double plexiglass plate certainly blocks the virus but also sounds, hampering exchanges or forcing them to scream during intimate conversations.


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This decision "could be the first in a long series", welcomed Friday the International Observatory of Prisons (OIP), which has received many complaints for months, and hopes that it will serve as an example to 'other prisoners confronted with comparable separation arrangements.

The General Controller of Places of Deprivation of Liberty (CGLPL) recently indicated that she also received "letters, calls" from relatives of prisoners, who also recount the cries to be heard. "These are not real visiting rooms in these conditions," said Dominique Simonnot.

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