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The attorney general, Tarek William Saab, reported that the preventive detention centers that operate in police headquarters will become houses of peace. Saab said that these checkpoints currently house a total of 25,000 prisoners.

The head of the Public Ministry explained that in these establishments judicial hearings may be held in real time for those deprived of liberty with the presence of judges, prosecutors and defenders.

The main hearings that are usually held when a person is arrested are: presentation hearing, where the Public Ministry officially informs that detainee of the crimes for which he is being investigated, and the preliminary hearing, in which the court decides whether or not to order the opening of a trial against that defendant, after exposing the facts by the investigating prosecutors, as established in the Organic Code of Criminal Procedure.

For his part, the Minister of the Interior, Justice and Peace, Remigio Ceballos, said that this proposal was presented yesterday before the General Police Council.

Ceballos explained that this approach is “to advance in the defense of human rights and due process for deprived of liberty.”

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