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1,090 inmates examined for pardon
November 19, 2014, 8:57 am

The Interior Ministry began preparations over the Amiri pardon committees that examine inmates’ files and make sure they meet the pardon conditions as set by the justice ministry for every case, reported Al-Rai daily.

The committees will look into nearly 1,090 files of those who were not pardoned in the past years. Among other conditions is to be well-behaved the whole time in prison and get pardons from families and creditors. Those jailed on drug and state security crimes are excluded from the pardon.

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