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Dry-Dock prison detainees suffer water shortages, ill-treatment and threats of solitary confinement

Reports have uncovered water shortages for about four months in the buildings of the prisoners in the Dry Dock Prison, as well as ill-treatment.

Dry-Dock prison detainees suffer water shortages, ill-treatment and threats of solitary confinement

Reports have uncovered water shortages for about four months in the buildings of the prisoners in the Dry Dock Prison, as well as ill-treatment.

Human rights sources explained that the prison administration provide daily water from 12 pm to 4 am, at bedtime, forcing detainees to shower and take care of the need and collect water for ablution and washing in bottles. They also suffer from skin diseases caused by poor hygiene, and continued water cuts. The sources added that they have been subjected to violent searches, ill-treatment and coursing by mercenaries who threaten them with solitary confinement as additional punishment under internal offenses in the event of a complaint or disclosure of violations to their families.


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