52 women prisoners on hunger strike in Turkish prisons

52 women prisoners in the prison of Tarsus, Turkey, began a five-day hunger strike.

Following a report, the Kurdistan Human Rights Association has been sentenced to two days in prison for female prisoners in the city of Tarsus in Mersin, north of Kurdistan. 52 political prisoners have filed for a five-day hunger strike against prisoners in protest of torture and ill-treatment have announced.

The strikers have shown 12 cases to prison officials who will continue to strike if they fail to comply with these requests after these five days.

Some of the prisoners ‘requests are as follows: torture and inappropriate treatment of prisoners, medical services for prisoners in prison, inspection of prisoners’ facilities, prison sentences in solitary confinement, prisoners detained in prisons Talk about the problems of prisoners to be dealt.

Kurdistan Human Rights Association