- He asserts that the Government “is playing with fire by maintaining a prison with more than a thousand inmates without a doctor, risking the lives of officials and inmates without adequate sanitary measures, without control and without being certain of how far the contagions reach "
- He regrets that the government's attitude "is desperate towards prison officials, an invisible and annoying group for the administration who does not listen to or intend to do so"
Seville, August 25, 2020. The VOX deputy for Seville, Reyes Romero, has registered a question for the Government to answer in writing, to explain if it intends to adopt any Urgent measure to effectively manage the endowment of human resources in prisons such as Seville II.
Romero has stated in this regard that “various unions of prison officials have denounced the precarious human resources in numerous penitentiary centers throughout the national geography. In the case of the Seville II Penitentiary Center, located in Morón de la Frontera, and with more than a thousand inmates, it is currently without a doctor, since the situation of staff physicians has not been effectively managed ”.
The also vice president of Social Action of VOX has stated that “the attitude of the prison administration is suicidal by maintaining a prison with more than a thousand inmates without a doctor, which It means putting the lives of prison officials and inmates themselves at obvious risk, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic ”.
“The Government has closed in on the band and surprisingly is not about to recognize the work of the prison officials who are systematically mistreated without attending to their demands, which are basic and common sense. They are being exposed daily to Covid-19 without adequate sanitary measures, without control and without being certain of how far the infections reach”.
The national deputy of VOX for Seville has warned that “this Government is playing with fire by maintaining, without the correct health and security measures, in the midst of the outbreak of the coronavirus, a prison like Seville II, where inmates must be properly cared for to avoid evils seniors and even officials themselves, when they are attacked, one day and another, by the inmates themselves ”.
“The administration's neglect with the prison officials becomes desperate, when they do not even respond to the calls of attention from the officials and their representatives about the alarming lack of personnel in the prisons and the attacks on the officials, without going further. away last weekend, with two civil servants and one civil servant injured by an inmate, the civil servant taking the worst part. The Government allows this state of affairs before the logical despair of these officials, invisible and annoying to the administration", it is finished.