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Greece immediately should: 

- Reduce the number of patients in each room, and separate  prisoners based on their disease and the seriousness of their condition.

The ombudsman’s proposals include the following:

- Immediate clarification of the needs and mission of the prison hospital.

- Revising its rules and regulations.

- The hiring of additional doctors  and nurses.

- Improvements in infrastructure and equipment.

- An automatic investigation, in collaboration with the overseeing prosecutor, into the possibility of suspending incarceration fotr gravely ill patients.

Current prison hospital regulations date from the 1940s, and a 2009 decision to incorporate the hospital prison in the National Health System, is yet to be implemented. 

The Hellhole of Juridical Justice in the Medieval today's Greece

Tuberculosis patients and some serious multi-drugresistant tubreculosis cases, HIV positive patients,   Heart and kidney patients, and all the kinds of  patients, suffering from diseases, contagious and chronic, are stuck together in this warehouse of souls . The

Here, in the hellhole of European Greece , the ill prisoners call the district attorneys and the political personel  to come and walk around...

The inmates of Greece's only  prison hospital decided to tell their story to the world . Many of them were on hunger strike and were refusing medication to protest severely overcrowded conditions they say are leading to the spread of diseases.

There are 6-7 multi-drugresistant tuberculosis cases among Georgian prisoners, according to the first  assessement of the Greek CDC medical teams, ( which though, do not have full access for testing and treatments, since the Greek CDC surpriosingly  does not "run" the Disease Control Program in the prisons, because the  huge European Fund of the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF)  is given to the Drug Control Orgsanisation, OKANA )

Korydallos prison hospital, west of Athens, is designed to hold 60 men, but instead, currently houses more than 200 prisones, according to prison staff and inmates. 180 are HIV positive, according to the Greek CDC.

More , by moodhacker Greek2m,  The Hellhole of Juridical Justice in the Medieval today's Greece

Greek Prison Labeled Inhuman by the Council of Europe since May 2013

"Greece suffers the worst prison overcrowding in the European Union, according to figures in the Council of Europe's latest annual prison report (published in May 2013) 

Inmate numbers reached a record high this year, and many prisons simply refuse to accept new arrivals. 

That leaves hundreds caged for months as they await trial in police holding cells designed for stints of hours or at most days. 

Suspects and convicts are often bundled together, in violation of Greek and European law...."GREEK PRISON SYSTEM COLLAPSING _ LABELED NHUMAN, by AP , Elena Becatoros, Dec. 30, 2013   

Greek Prisons and Holding Centers so close to be the same.. The story for which the Council

of Europe



 since December 2012  .

The  Publishing  of a detailed  study completed last March but was kept under seal , pending a response from Athens, the panel lamented poor hygiene conditions, overcrowding and inadequate medical attention for migrants. - 

“No special measures were taken as regards the care of babies, young children and juveniles,” it said of holding centres visited in January last year on an ad hoc basis.

“Everyone was treated the same — like caged animals,” said the report by the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT).

“The CPT’s delegation received many allegations of ill-treatment of irregular migrants by police officers … consisting primarily of punches and kicks to the head and body,” it added.

The CPT also faulted Greece on the lot of Greek inmates, saying it had “observed a steady deterioration in the living conditions and treatment of prisoners over the past decade”.

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