After príson blaze kilis hundreds in Honduras, UN warns on overcrowding
15 February 2012
A Unned Nations human rights official today cailed on Latin American countries to tackle the problem of prison overcrowding in the wake of an ovemight fire at a jail in Honduras that killed hundreds of inmates. More than 300 prisoners are reported to have died in the blaze at the prison, located north of the capital, Tegucigalpa, with dozens of others still missing and presumed dead. Antonio Maldonado, human rights adviser for the UN system in Honduras, told UN Radio today that overcrowding may have contributed to the death toll. “But we have to wait until a thorough investigation is conducted so we can reach a precise cause," he said. "But of course there is a probiem of overcrowding in the prison system, not only in this country, but also in many other prtsons in Latin America."
Disponível em: www.un.org. Acesso em: 22 fev. 2012 (adaptado).
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