Letter to the Ministry of Justice by the Prisoner Struggle Committee- Korydallos Prison (women and men’s prison).
Originally published by Athens Indymedia. Translated by Black Cat.
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Korydallos: Prisoners Letter to the Ministry of Justice Announces Creation of a Legal Committee
November 9th 2017
TO THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE (concerning Mr. Stavros Kontonis)
To the Secretary General of counter-crime policy Mr. Eftychios Fytrakis
To the General Coordinator of Correctional Facilities Mr. Pavlos Doulamis.
In the context of our mobilization in prison against the new correctional bill, a legal committee has been created which will amplify our voices beyond prison walls. At the same time the committee will keep us informed on the developments regarding the new correctional bill.
With the current announcement we appoint the following lawyers, Mr. George Kakarnias, Mr. Athanasios Kambayiannis, Mr. Demetris Katsaris and Mr. Konstantinos Papadakis, as the members of the committee which will represent us and be informed by the institutional bodies of the ministry, regarding the ordinances of the new correctional code.
At the same time, we ask that this committee would be invited to the parliamentary session that is set to discuss the correctional code, before its submission for voting, in the context of the possibility, provided by the law, for the hearing of extra-parliamentary persons and agencies.
Prisoner Struggle Committee- Korydallos Prison (women and men’s prison), November 9, 2017.
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