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Lawyer told about life of political prisoners in Crimean jails
21:36, 14 January 2017
Lawyer told about life of political prisoners in Crimean jails

Prisoners complain about the overcrowding, insanitary conditions, insect bites, lack of proper nutrition and medical care

21:36, 14 January 2017

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Ukrainian political prisoners who are now in jails of occupied Crimea are kept there in inhumane conditions.

This was stated by lawyer Emil Kurbedinov in an interview to Crimean group of human rights.

Prisoners complain about the overcrowding, insanitary conditions, insect bites, lack of proper nutrition and medical care. Political prisoners, many of them are for almost a year in detention without the opportunity to see their family members.

"The prisoners can eat only what family and friends sent them. The food (which is given in jail) is terrible, it is not possible to eat it. The guys say that there are pieces of skin with hair in the soup. It is really a mess", Kurbedinov said.

Also, according to Kurbedinov, people in jail suffer from the bites of fleas and bedbugs.

In such conditions, many prisoners have differenthealth problems, but the detention center can not provide the necessary medical care.

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