Myanmar grants amnesty to 514 more prisoners including foreigners
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Myanmar grants amnesty to 514 more prisoners including foreigners

Yangon : Myanmar | Sep 17, 2012 at 4:21 AM PDT
Source: Myanmar News
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The prisoners will be freed from various jails across the country under Section-401, according to an order signed by President U Thein Sein. The move is taken out of consideration of gaining stability, eternal peace and national consolidation of the country as well as out of humanitarian grounds,... FULL ARTICLE AT Myanmar News
 
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