Moroccan King Pardons 371 Prisoners

Moroccan King Mohammed VI pardoned 371 imprinting a appearance of Eid Al-Fitr, a Justice Ministry pronounced in a matter expelled final night. The pardoned prisoners enclosed 57 inmates who had been expelled on charitable grounds. The Moroccan authorities also reduced jail terms for 183 prisoners.

The Moroccan sovereign had pardoned 196 convicts (191 women and 5 men) following a revisit to a jail in Casablanca on Aug 10. Meanwhile, Morocco announced that tomorrow Monday would be a initial day of Eid Al-Fitr.