Sit-in by families of imprisoned children to go on

Families of imprisoned children are in their seventh day of protest outside Diyarbak?r prison.
Children are charged under the Anti-Terror Act (TMK).
Activists and families have begun their sit-in action for an indefinite period to protest against the transfer and detention of children.
Many associations and organizations have joined the protest.
The number of children being tried on the ground of throwing stones at the police and shouting slogans has reached seven thousands. The children are ranked as terrorists.
Despite the fact that the evidences are limited and often end up being the sole police report, the children crown casino online pokies have been in prison for months. They are deprived not only of their freedom, but also of their very childhood, education and basic rights.
According to the Ministry of Justice, nearly three thousand children are being tried for having taken part in social demonstrations. According to the Diyarbak?r Bar Association, seven thousand children are being tried. The total sentence for the stone throwing children is over two thousand years. The numbers are growing and children are continuing to stay in prisons.


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