Ministry of Internal Affairs responded to human rights activists’ address to Lukashenka
In his letter to the activists of Brest region, deputy head of the main department for law and order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs claims, everything was fine with the rights of women prisoners in Belarus.
First deputy head of the city department for law and order and crime prevention Barsukou informs, that men and women are kept separately. Women are kept in the “most light and dry cells”, and inspection and search are conducted only by female supervisors. According to Barsukou, they carry out regular work to bring the conditions of confinement “to the established international norms and law requirements”.
Let us remind you, Brest activist of the Movement for Freedom Raman Kisliak initiated a letter to Lukashenka stating that the arrest centers do not fulfill the requirements to observe the rights of women prisoners.