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The ombudsman reported the reduction in the number of migrant detainees in detention centers was a result of the policy instituted last year to transfer them to Mennoyia within 48 hours.The ombudsman also reported improvements in the detention facilities of several police stations.In June the ombudsman issued a report drawing attention to statements of certain police officials who had publicly praised their colleagues for subjecting detainees to violence.
One-third of non-Cypriots were convicted for immigration-related offenses, such as illegal employment and possession of false documents for entering the country.The ombudsman, however, commented that migrants and asylum seekers continued to be detained for deportation purposes for periods longer than the stated government policy, although there was no prospect they would be deported.A considerable number of detainees at Mennoyia Detention Center were awaiting a decision on their request for international protection or for adjudication of their appeals against the rejection of their asylum applications.The ombudsman reported a further but not substantial decrease in the number of prisoners due to the concerted effort of the prison’s new management.
None of the major complaints submitted to the ombudsman were related to overcrowding.
A few days earlier, the detainees had protested their detention conditions.