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Imprisoner without national ID card

By following up on the procedure for terminating the release of a female prisoner in a prison, the institution’s legal unit has found several cases, the most important of which are: The prisoner enters the place of detention, serving his sentence and registering all statements in another name, which is due to the fact that some of them are under arrest and have no personal proof, and have been subjected A life foundation through one of its cases to this problem when he presented the file of one of the inmates who were being pursued by the legal unit of the Organization to an official in Banha public prison, where the official stated that the prisoner was generally convicted when he was sentenced in a case by a final decision, the Prison Organization Act No. 396 of 1956, based on the following articles:

Article 6

The superintendent or Sheriff or a staff member appointed for that purpose before a person is placed in prison must receive a copy of the committal order after to sign the original by receipt and the original is received by the person who brought the prisoner and retains a signed photograph of the person who issued the order of imprisonment.

Article 8
When the prisoner enters the prison, the summary of the order must be recorded in the public prison of the prisoners. This registration is made in the presence of the prisoner and then signed.

The problems at the moment of the arrest of the accused are summed up without a personal card or any identity document and the moment of the statement of the seizure record. Here he answers the wrong and false personal data, as well as the presentation to the Public Prosecutor’s office and his referral for criminal prosecution.

After the conviction is handed down to a public prison, the prison administration will extract a birth certificate attached to the prisoner’s file, and here many problems occur. The birth certificate does not have a personal photograph attesting to the identity of the prisoner, the card reverses the national number.

It is therefore difficult for the foundation to terminate the release of some prisoners in the event that they do not carry personal cards or falsify their names, causing the prison stigma for others who are not guilty of the offence as a basis for imprisonment!

In the context of the secrecy between them and the cases, a life foundation shall assist all its cases without discrimination without prejudice to the law, the termination of the release of prisoners and the extraction of a valid personal card with their original names. G and transform them into the rehabilitation and integration unit to prevent their return to the crime again.

LFDCI has therefore submitted a proposal to the prison administration to take some precautions–for prisoners who do not have the number national-during the deportation of prisoners after judicial rulings, the extraction of national number cards to ensure their identity and proper entry into places of detention.

On the other hand, the Public Prosecutor’s office, when investigating a fact or criminal record, must have a card to prove the identity of the accused — so that the accused does not make a statement wrong about another person, or inquire about a detective’s investigation of the accused and the authenticity of his name, or by extracting a national number card from the civil records.

Through its legal unit, the Foundation will present these amendments to the prison sector so that it can be adopted in cooperation between the foundation and the sector in the rehabilitation and community integration of prisoners.

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