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    All over the world, countries have built infrastructures such as to house criminals and other undesirable portions of the population.

    These people are considered because they have broken a law or committed a crime.

    In some countries, people are due to their political beliefs.

    The prison officer usually prisoners before they go outside, especially if they are considered dangerous.

    Family members and lawyers can speak to a prisoner in a special area called the .

    In the USA, people who have been convicted of a horrible crime can receive the .

    Due to very hard living conditions, the is higher in prison than in the rest of the population.

    Sometimes people are declared when they are innocent and sometimes the opposite happens.

    In France, the death penalty was by François Mitterand in 1981. It was one of his commitments during his election campaign.

    In France, Hamida Djandoubi was the last prisoner to be killed by means of a in 1977.

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