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CATAMARCA-. (By Juan Carlos Andrada) The Director of Provincial Penitentiary Service (PPS), Daniel Colonel, was the subject of a lapidary report by the Justice. Evidently, the head of the governor’s official Raul Jalil is focused almost exclusively on recovering the money invested in a financial institution of ill fame to the point that Coronel was intimidated by the Criminal Justice due to the damage caused by the carelessness, negligence, negligence of the Commissioner to the operation of the Miraflores Prison in Catamarca. Today, the second part of that judicial warning.

In the document signed by Dr. Alicia Elizabeth Cabanillas and Dr. Claudia Avilez, Criminal Enforcement Judge-First Appointment and Criminal Enforcement Judge-Second Appointment, respectively, “it is made known to the Facility Management (in charge of the Commissioner Colonel) that the observations made turn the deprivation of liberty into an illegitimate aggravation of the conditions of detention” and summons the Jalil official to correct the shortcomings in a few days.

“By virtue of the aforementioned and by the powers established by the aforementioned regulations, you are notified so that within 10 days of notification you correct the deficiencies indicated above. You are informed that the observations were submitted to the Court of Justice and the Provincial Executive Branch for your knowledge and other purposes”, they point out to the official who apparently has other personal and/or economic concerns that prevent him from directing wisely the institution or respond to the Governor himself.

For example: “In relation to Labortherapy, although the establishment has several workshops (carpentry, blacksmith, textile workshop, block making, gardening, farm care, bakery, cooking, vegetable cultivation) there is no genuine job offer, only some activities in maintenance (fajina), kitchen, bakery, block making, a situation that affects the concept qualifications and affects progressivity. The lack of management by the Directorate of the Criminological Cabinet and the Board of Liberated for the incorporation of inmates to the trial period (semi-liberty or extramural work exit) with public and / or private companies as well as training in work cooperatives, to their access to a genuine source of employment and avoid recidivism in the crime. Currently the number of inmates 9 nine have self-managed and precarious jobs.

“On the other hand, in relation to disciplinary sanctions, which are vitally important to assess not only in the progressivity of the treatment, but when evaluating even serious ones, they prescribe due to inaction of the internal affairs area. They are not carried out or are extemporaneous despite the fact that these faults are recorded in the daily reports, resulting in contradictory qualifications made by the Correctional Council. Its immediate regularization is recommended”, express the judges.

In addition: “The menu of the day was observed in the continuous visits, however, the implementation of a daily meal protocol for the two seasons of the year is recommended, which ensures the provision of food adequate to the nutritional and dietary needs of the inmates. , taking into account that there is a large number of people with various pathologies (diabetes, gastric, hypertension, celiac, etc.) who require a differentiated menu by medical prescription. Recently, there were claims for the daytime menu and snack. In relation to snack it is always mate cocido, coffee, tea or milk are absent and in relation to dinner it is only soup, bread, rice pudding or milk with polenta. They are not supplied with fruits, which in this season and due to the pandemic situation, citrus fruits would be a source of vitamin C, especially for the elderly and/or with pathologies. Although some inmates receive weekly food from their relatives, it is no less true that there is a high percentage of inmates who have their relatives in the interior of the province and are poor.

“There is a record of the personnel who are in the present kitchen (blackboard); however, not all of them have the appropriate clothing (masks and gloves for handling food). Likewise, when inspecting the merchandise warehouse, the presence of cockroaches, lack of cleanliness in the bakery, storage of disused machines and plastics that cover the bread that does not meet hygiene and health conditions were observed, ”can be read in the report. .

Third and last part, tomorrow in The Uncompromising.

Complete report of the Criminal Justice that summons the Director of the Catamarca Prison

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