Britain Urges Thailand for Basic Rights for UK Prisoners

by Admin on February 21, 2018

The British Embassy and British authorities have asked Police Colonel Narat Sawettnan to ensure in mates were treated as per international standards for correction facilities. They asked that his division prevent prison breaks and suicides. The Colonel has reassured the UK that prisoners of all nationalities are being taken care of as per the UN Standard Minimum Rules.

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The embassy had also provided the department with standard operating procedures to help assault, corruption and promote human rights. Narat replied to the SOP’s that the department would have to “adjust to apply the international practices” and would apply them where applicable.

An adviser from the Thailand Institute of Justice commented that Thailand has already made changes to prison systems such as improving medical care in order to promote human rights.

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Britain Urges Thailand for Basic Rights for UK Prisoners
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Britain Urges Thailand for Basic Rights for UK Prisoners
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Director-General of the corrections facility unit in Thailand has reassured the UK that their prisoners are being treated up to international standards.
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Thai Law Forum
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