King Mohammed VI granted his exceptional royal pardon to 201 African prisoners, condemned by the various Courts of the Kingdom.

“This honorable grace is part of the human approach of the sovereign, inspired by the mercy of his grandfather the Prophet Mohammed – May Allah’s greetings and blessings be upon him – for humanitarian reasons for the benefit of the elderly detainees or those suffering from illnesses,” the press release said.

“This royal pardon is also an encouragement for those who have shown ethical conduct and good behavior during their sentence period, respecting the laws and standards in force, and who responded favorably to rehabilitation and reintegration programs.

As a result, all necessary measures have been taken to facilitate the operations of their return to their countries.”

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