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100 Prisoners Moved Back to Jail from the Hospital

15.09.2005

100 Prisoners Moved Back to Jail from the Hospital

14/09/05, Media News - The Head of the Medical Department of the Ministry of Justice - Ramaz Ghuladze, regrets the instance which took place in Jail №1 on September 11th. On the initiative of the General Inspection of the Ministry of Justice, more than 100 prisoners were moved back to jail from the hospital were they were treated. The health condition of more than 55 prisoners was critical. The operation was carried out without coordination with the Medical Department of the Ministry of Justice and the patients were not examined before transferal.

After active work by the Human Rights Defender’s Office, 55 prisoners were taken back to the hospital. 9 of the patients still remain in jail at the moment.

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