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Hanoi paroles prisoners on National Liberation Day

The Hanoi Police on April 29 announced an amnesty and commutation for 145 inmates from its three detention camps on the occasion of National Liberation Day (April 30).

Among the total, 25 will be released on parole, and 119 will have their prison terms commuted by one to nine months.

At Detention Camp No1, Lieutenant General Dinh Van Toan, deputy director of the Hanoi Police, congratulated prisoners eligible for the amnesty and commutation and asked others to perform well to be considered in the next phase of amnesty.

He also asked the camp to take more care of the prisoners so that they would soon enjoy the State’s leniency and tolerance and reunite with their family.

The same day, the southern province of Tay Ninh also decided to release 51 inmates and reduce prison sentences for 379 others.

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