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The Minister of Justice announces the creation of a worker detainee statute

2021-03-07T22:07:25.120Z

Prisoners who work will be able to benefit from an employment contract, Minister of Justice Eric Dupond-Moretti announced on Sunday, who wishes to enhance the value of work in prison. Read also: The reform of the reduction of sentences clashes with the reality of prisons “ I will set up an employment contract. There cannot be a gap between the prison and the rest of society, or else we consider



Prisoners who work will be able to benefit from an employment contract, Minister of Justice Eric Dupond-Moretti announced on Sunday, who wishes to enhance the value of work in prison.

Read also: The reform of the reduction of sentences clashes with the reality of prisons

I will set up an employment contract.

There cannot be a gap between the prison and the rest of society, or else we consider that the prison is a separate society

”,“ Interdite Zone ”in the heart of prisons: the shock documentary to alert on prison overcrowding .

"

There are prisoners who for the first time in their life will discover work here (in prison), it is the pledge that they leave delinquency

", explained Eric Dupond-Moretti.

During the program, the Minister of Justice also announced the creation of a penitentiary code which, like the civil code or the penal code, will bring together "

all the important rules

" around detention.

The working prisoners do not benefit from any real status, denounce for years organizations such as the French section of the International Prison Observatory (OIP).

During a speech before the National School of Prison Administration (Enap), in March 2018, the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron had affirmed that "

the link which unites the prison administration and the inmate working within it

" should no longer be "

a unilateral act with the negation of all rights

", but "

a contractual link with the guarantees attached to it

".

"

We cannot ask detainees to respect society, to be able to reintegrate into it

" if "

we deny (their) dignity and (their) rights

", underlined the Head of State.

This proposal is mentioned in the draft law “

for confidence in the judicial institution

” which must be presented to the Council of Ministers in mid-April, of which AFP has obtained a copy.

The text also provides that the government can legislate by ordinance to allow "

the opening of social rights to detained persons, since they are useful for their reintegration and in particular the rights to unemployment, old age, sickness and maternity insurance. and occupational disease and accident at work

”.

Source: lefigaro

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