Prisoners report that human rights treatment in prisons has improved

Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) Legal inmates at the Shawa Robbit Prison Administration have reported that the human rights situation in prisons has improved.

The detainees say that the past human rights abuses have now improved since the revolution in Ethiopia.

The prisoners, who commented on the current state of the country, urged: “The youth should be shunned by the media and abstain from violence.”

The prisoners conveyed their message that he should make a positive contribution to the country and the community by taking advantage of the good opportunities available in the country.

In the prison, prisoners are divided into five zones: Primary school through elementary and eighth grade education and technical and vocational training centers are being accommodated on campus.

On the other hand, some detainees noted that there was a gap with basic service, phone book delay, and experience delivery in relation to basic needs.

Responding to the case, the Commander-in-Chief of the Correctional Institution responded to:

The Commander does not grieve

Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) Legal inmates at the Shawa Robbit Prison Administration have reported that the human rights situation in prisons has improved.

The detainees say that the past human rights abuses have now improved since the revolution in Ethiopia.

The prisoners, who commented on the current state of the country, urged: “The youth should be shunned by the media and abstain from violence.”

The prisoners conveyed their message that he should make a positive contribution to the country and the community by taking advantage of the good opportunities available in the country.

In the prison, prisoners are divided into five zones: Primary school through elementary and eighth grade education and technical and vocational training centers are being accommodated on campus.

On the other hand, some detainees noted that there was a gap with basic service, phone book delay, and experience delivery in relation to basic needs.

Responding to the case, the Commander-in-Chief of the Correctional Institution responded to:

The Commander does not grieve

And the information from the Attorney General’s Office suggests that the community should play a role in providing them with the opportunity to work in the profession they get out of prison, with a positive attitude towards these organizations.

And the information from the Attorney General’s Office suggests that the community should play a role in providing them with the opportunity to work in the profession they get out of prison, with a positive attitude towards these organizations.

Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) Legal inmates at the Shawa Robbit Prison Administration have reported that the human rights situation in prisons has improved.

The detainees say that the past human rights abuses have now improved since the revolution in Ethiopia.

The prisoners, who commented on the current state of the country, urged: “The youth should be shunned by the media and abstain from violence.”

The prisoners conveyed their message that he should make a positive contribution to the country and the community by taking advantage of the good opportunities available in the country.

In the prison, prisoners are divided into five zones: Primary school through elementary and eighth grade education and technical and vocational training centers are being accommodated on campus.

On the other hand, some detainees noted that there was a gap with basic service, phone book delay, and experience delivery in relation to basic needs.

Responding to the case, the Commander-in-Chief of the Correctional Institution responded to:

The Commander does not grieve

And the information from the Attorney General’s Office suggests that the community should play a role in providing them with the opportunity to work in the profession they get out of prison, with a positive attitude towards these organizations.

Addis Ababa, November 2, 2012 (FBC) Legal inmates at the Shawa Robbit Prison Administration have reported that the human rights situation in prisons has improved.

The detainees say that the past human rights abuses have now improved since the revolution in Ethiopia.

The prisoners, who commented on the current state of the country, urged: “The youth should be shunned by the media and abstain from violence.”

The prisoners conveyed their message that he should make a positive contribution to the country and the community by taking advantage of the good opportunities available in the country.

In the prison, prisoners are divided into five zones: Primary school through elementary and eighth grade education and technical and vocational training centers are being accommodated on campus.

On the other hand, some detainees noted that there was a gap with basic service, phone book delay, and experience delivery in relation to basic needs.

Responding to the case, the Commander-in-Chief of the Correctional Institution responded to:

The Commander does not grieve

And the information from the Attorney General’s Office suggests that the community should play a role in providing them with the opportunity to work in the profession they get out of prison, with a positive attitude towards these organizations.

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