Nothing Like Home Cooking

Interfax is reporting that Pasat will end his hunger strike under certain conditions:

Former Moldovan defense minister and top advisor at UES Valeriu Pasat, who is currently in custody in Moldova, will end his hunger strike only if he is allowed to eat food prepared by his mother.

Pasat’s parents persuaded him to end his hunger strike while visiting him on Monday, Pasat’s lawyer, Gheorghe Amihalachioaie told Interfax on Tuesday. However, he said he would confirm this information at his meeting with Pasat on Tuesday afternoon.

 

“In fact, the hunger strike, which has lasted for 16 days, is not finished yet. Valeriu Pasat said that he will give up his hunger strike only if the Prosecutor’s Office allows him to eat food prepared by his mother once a day,” he said.

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