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Commission on pardoning to consider cases of 87 prisoners2009-12-30 11:00
The commission on pardoning, functioning by the President of Georgia, at today's sitting will consider cases of 87 prisoners - GeorgiaTimes reporter in Tbilisi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Commission representatives say they'll also discuss cases of convicted underaged and women.
They will also consider cases of people, who committed felonies like robbery or drug trade. These are mostly prisoners who served the most part of their sentence and have positive characteristics from jail administration.
Yesterday the commission on parole considered cases of 131 convicts and gave recommendations on realizing on parole 14 of them. Among prisoners to be released there're no women or underaged.