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O comezo da nova non ten desperdicio: "Un guardia civil condenado por torturar a Kepa Urra (y posteriormente indultado) lleva años ofreciendo conferencias sobre la aplicación del derecho comunitario en el trato a detenidos y hasta llegó a representar al Estado en una de las visitas periódicas del Comité para la Prevención de la Tortura dependiente de la Comisión Europea".

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Achegamos o programa das xorndas Anti-Represivas que ao longo do mes de xuño vanse celebrar en Ourense. Tedes máis información na web: https://xornadasantirepresivas.wordpress.com

1. Charla ‘A Tortura como Negocio’ a cargo de Santi Cobos, 22 anos preso en réxime FIES (4 de xunho, 20 horas, Lusco e Fusco).

2. Obradoiro de Seguranza Informática (10 e 11 de xunho, 19:30 horas, Bar Grándola)

3. Palestra ‘Lei Mordaza e Código Penal’ a cargo da avogada Iolanda Ferreira de Esculca. Ao rematar, Ceador Vegano e Concertos de Argallada e As +Turbadas (13 de xunho, 19 horas, A Kasa Negra)

4. Palestra ‘O estudantado no ponto de mira’ de man dos estudantes represaliados e dxs avogadxs da defensa (16 de xunho, 19:30 horas, Biblioteca Nodal).