The stagnation stagnation strike that today fulfilled its third day is radicalized, while the negotiations between the officials and the government are still neutral. Today, after a composition in the Sanitation Unit in Santiago, the officials, through the spokesman for the Penitentiary Workers Front, considered Marcos Agurto "due to" the Indians and the constant threats of leadership "we decided that from today we began a total hunger strike in the penitentiary "said Agurto that the measures will be extended to the rest of the country's prisons unless they receive a positive response to their demands.
From the CEO, Justice Justice, Juan José Ossa, warned that discounts will be applied to the mobilized officials and that the opening of the summaries has been resolved.
According to Ossa, "all the measures we must take to follow, not only with the law, but with what the Comptroller Office has arranged for illegal strike" will be assumed.
In addition to the work that has been interrupted by the strike, the Deputy Secretary said that "a government obviously can not accept that it is contrary to the rule of law, and especially as monetary policy. The government can not allow Jewish power to be prevented from acts of violence by any guild"
The situation of prisoners in the metropolitan area is also sharpened so that the General Prosecutor's Office today filed "various legal actions in favor of 56 defendants serving pretrial prison and 16 detained detained in underground cells of the Justice Center of Santiago", as stated in the statement from institution.
From the unit they also assured that "the situation involved has become unsustainable because it does not comply with the minimum measures for capture, such as hours of natural light, family visits, food and health."
The investigator of the Metropolitan Defense Office, Mario Palma, said that "the regional ombudsmen have submitted a letter of amparo requesting a judge in the republic to be the deputy of the justice center in Santiago to verify the conditions of detention of at least 72 people found in said casing ". This is because "these 72 people remain, at present, in a place that does not meet all the conditions in a prison, which means they suffer fundamental, fundamental and fundamental rights," concluded Palma.