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Maricheweu International : After 15 days of hunger strike Mapuche Political Prisoners have already lost over 10 kilos in weight

27.4.16

Maricheweu International : After 15 days of hunger strike Mapuche Political Prisoners have already lost over 10 kilos in weight:




2nd PUBLIC STATEMENT MAPUCHE POLITICAL PRISONERS ON HUNGER STRIKE


At 15 days after starting the hunger strike for our just demands, we maintain our determination to continue to the end to achieve our goals.
To the National and International public opinion, to the communities in resistance, we, the Mapuche political prisoners on hunger strike, sequestered in Angol prison, declare:
KiƱe: 15 days after starting the hunger strike for our just demands, we maintain our determination to continue to the end to achieve our goals.
Epu: According to a Medical Report, conducted by Dr. Paul Millaleo, April 4, indicating:
Luis Marileo Cariqueo, "a patient with a history of having had hepatitis C two months ago, with deterioration of his health due to five earlier hunger strikes, the patient has visual disturbances, tremors when moving, persistent back pain and cramp in his legs. 9700 grams weight loss corresponding to 11, 25% of body weight".
Cristian Levinao Melinao, "patient with a history with deterioration of his health due to 8 previous hunger strikes, the patient has occasional headaches, cramps in legs and arms, occasional tremors of lower limbs, states to feel permanently cold, also has back pain and lumbar vision, occasional cough. 8400 grams weight loss, corresponding to 10, 89% of body weight".


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