144 prisoners receive medical attention from the Poliyaracuy General Command



San Felipe. – On the morning of November 10, an extensive health operation was carried out in the cells of the General Command of the Yaracuy Police Department (Poliyaracuy), where they were treated 144 prisoners.

The day is part of the Humanization Plan, which began on October 29 with the aim of issuing transfer tickets to other prisons and thus relieving the headquarters of preventive arrests.

With these new applicants being transferred to other prisons in the country, it is rising to 400 the number of people deprived of their liberty who left General Command in less than a month.

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The extended health conference, which presided over the personnel of the entity’s health region, lasted four o’clock, as reported in a statement by the Director of General Command, Commissioner Emilio Rojas.

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The collapse of the General Command of Poliyaracuy Keep it up. The place has a capacity to accommodate 600 inmates and currently there are more than 900 prisoners.

In the months of April, May and June, some family members, whose family members pay sentences for common crimes in prison, denounced the alleged cruel treatment of inmates, who literally sleep upright in the middle of bags of feces and urine.

The outbreak is added to this source of contamination tuberculosis, hepatitis Y scabies that keeps most inmates sick.

Johana Prieto AndradeWest

Johana Prieto AndradeWest