Supreme Court Head: Prisoners will be able to participate in judicial process without leaving investigative isolation ward in Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 3 / Trend , K. Zarbaliyeva /
Prisoners will be able to participate in the judicial process without leaving investigative isolation ward, the Supreme Court head Ramiz Rzayev told journalists.
"After putting investigative isolation wards, which will meet modern standards into operation in the future, the prisoners will be able to testify on the processes held in the Supreme Court via visual communication. The Supreme Court has such technical capabilities," he said.
Construction of sentences serving agencies of mixed type envisaged for 430 people has been completed in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic (NAR).
At present, construction of mixed type penitentiary instituions complexes in Lankaran (for 1000 people) and Sheki (for 900 people) is underway. In addition, in June, Baku investigative isolation ward (envisaged for 2500 people) was put in operation in Zabrat settlement, construction of the other buildings of this investigative isolation ward continues. Construction of new prison (for 1500 people), which meets modern requirements has started .Also near the road Khanlar-Shamkir construction sentence serving agencies of mixed type (for 1500 people) has started. At the same time, in Kurdamir region 20 hectares have been allocated for the building of sentences serving agencies of mixed type (for 1000 people), in Zabrat settlement - 13 hectare of land for transfer sentence serving agencies of mixed type envisaged for women prisoners and minors to the new territory.