Protecting Prisoners: The Standards of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture in Context

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Addendum
This text was finalized as of 31 December 1998. A number of contributions make the point that Turkey was yet to authorize the publication of any CPT report. On 23 February 1999 the report arising from the CPT's second periodic visit to Turkey from 5 to 17 October 1997 was published ( CPT/Inf 99(2)). This is obviously an important development. The report does not set out any factual material concerning allegations of physical ill-treatment but limits itself to recalling the findings made in previous, unpublished, reports. During this visit the CPT 'focused' its attention on verifying whether recently adopted measures to combat torture and ill-treatment were being properly implemented rather that on gathering additional evidence of the use of such methods (para. 11). In consequence, the Public Statements discussed in this volume remain the chief public source of evidence of ill-treatment found in the course of CPT visits. The report also appears to take a more contextual approach to the implementation of the CPT's procedural safeguards that appears in other reports and this would seem to accord with the suggestions offered at the end of Chapter 1 of this volume.Other reports published in the early months of 1999 and of direct relevance to this volume are:
1. The Netherlands: Interim report arising from the CPT's second periodic visit in November 1997 (published 25 March 1999, CPT/Inf ( 99) 5).
2. Belgium: Interim report arising from the CPT's second periodic visit in September 1997 (published 31 March 1999, CPT/Inf ( 99) 6).

30 April 1999

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