CoE's report on torture passed on to prison's reform board

The Home Affairs Ministry has passed on the Council of Europe’s report on torture to the Reform Board at the Corradino Correctional Facilities.

In a statement this afternoon the ministry clarified that the government’s reply to the report had been given by the previous administration.

The minister said in a statement that this government’s vision was to consider what had been said in the report and take the necessary action.

He remarked that the report could have been published more than a year ago, as soon as it was concluded in April 2012.

It was this government that decided to public the report with the aim of informing the public of the situation at the prisons.


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