Liz Castro tweeted a translation of some very useful advice for anyone writing to prisoners in Madrid, i.e. that the sender’s name and address is required. Otherwise the letters will not reach the prisoners.
NOTE: If you want to send a letter to Catalonia’s political prisoners, you must add the sender’s name and address. Other wish, they won’t deliver it. https://t.co/pFul96yeKX
— Liz Castro (@lizcastro) November 13, 2017
Si voleu enviar cartes als nostres presos i les nostres preses HEU DE CONSIGNAR EL REMITENT (nom i adreça)
Si no, no els hi entreguen
En nom de tots els presos, gràcies pel vostre escalf
— J. Alonso-Cuevillas (@JaumeAlonsoCuev) November 12, 2017
The original advice in Catalan comes from J. Alonso-Cuevillas, a former President of the European Bars Federation. He ends his tweet with “On behalf of all the prisoners, thanks for your warmth”. Continue reading Regulations on written communication to prisoners in Spain