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61. (1) A prisoner who is a foreign national shall be entitled to communicate with and receive a visit at any reasonable time from a diplomatic representative of his choice.
(2) A prisoner who is a refugee or stateless person shall be entitled to communicate with and receive a visit at any reasonable time from–
(a)a diplomatic representative of a state which he considers may look after his interests; or
(b)subject to such limit as to numbers of authorities or organisations as the Governor may reasonably impose, an authorised representative of national or international authorities or organisations whose principal purpose is to serve the interests of refugees or stateless persons or to protect the civil rights of such persons.
(3) Any prisoner shall be entitled to receive a visit at any reasonable time from an authorised representative of the Scottish Council for Civil Liberties.
(4) Where a prisoner receives a visit in terms of this rule–
(a)the visit shall take place within the sight of an officer; but
(b)no officer shall listen to any conversation between the prisoner and the visitor unless either the prisoner or the visitor otherwise requests.
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