Interns in the penitentiary center of Murcia II, located in the municipality campero, for the first time they will be able to exhibit their pictorial and handicraft works in the plenary hall within the program of activities that prepares for May the city hall presided over by the socialist MÂª José Pérez Cerón, event framed in the Campos del Río Cultural program in which a model of the Peral submarine, built by Simón with recyclable material, forms the centerpiece of the exhibition.
The mayor, invited by the Templar Association of Jumilla (ATJ), non-profit cultural association whose volunteer since 2006 deploys and promotes various therapeutic activities among the prison population without any public assistance, after obtaining authorization from the establishment's command staff penitentiary, last winter they visited the center where they were received and accompanied by the Deputy Director of Treatment, resulting in the availability of milites Christi Murcia municipality famous for the temper of their wines, truck, driver and personal management of the mayoress before the neighborhood to obtain natural manure with which to enrich the land of the ecological penitentiary garden in which inmates in the Educational Treatment Unit (UTE), with problems of drug addiction, participate in the Templars Guardians of Seeds project in the that priority is given to protected native Murcian species and
in danger of extinction with the advice of the University of Murcia Botanica through the professor José MÂª Egea Fernández, volunteer of the ATJ, after the signing last year of a collaboration agreement with the templarios Jumillano.
Given the proximity policy that MÂª José Pérez intends to increase with the prison establishment in favor of the reintegration of inmates, according to the Jumilla Templars, the exhibition was born with a vocation for continuity and with the purpose of being able to locate Campos del Río as a national benchmark for the fine arts and crafts of convicts, training activities in Spanish penitentiaries are developed as formative therapy that encourages self-esteem and increases the cultural level to favor the reinsertion of inmates in society once it is completed the penalty imposed for the crime committed.
Source: Templarios de Jumilla