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Inmates Cannot Speak Loudly, Knock and Play Cards in the Detention Setting

Inmates cannot speak loudly, knock or play cards in the pretrial detention setting. The resolution of the minister of internal affairs regulates the rights of the detainee; the resolution is about the instructions in the pretrial detention settings.

According to the resolution, an inmate of the pretrial detention setting cannot: speak loudly, write letters, speak or knock on the wall in order to communicate with the inmates of the neighboring cell, prepare or leave various things in the cell; throwing a thing out of the window. They cannot stand on the window-sill, approach the cell-door; lock the door or block it by something in order to prevent the prison observer to enter the cell.

A detainee cannot write something on the wall, in the book, or thing which was handed to him/her by prison administration. Detainee cannot put up photos, paintings, papers from books and magazines on the wall; they cannot prepare or play cards or other exciting games. Detainee cannot make tattoo on his/her body; to put food or others on the window-sill, to smoke except walking place. Detainee cannot keep cloth, laces or other ropes longer than 50 centimeters in the cell.


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