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Korea Times: In a surprise move, the North Korean government said Thursday it would release a number of inmates held for five decades, despite a Supreme Court ruling that said they should be freed.
On July 10, the court ruled that prison officials should grant a three-year extension for prisoners who were released more than th카니발 카지노ree decades ago. However, President Moon Jae-in’s administration announced the prisoners would be freed and their fate determined by the Supreme Court.
On Thursday, the president made an announcement that will surely add controversy, anger and angering some people even now, said one person familiar with the matter.
The prisoners are part of the 13th generation of prisoners that were sentenced to death by a court martial from the late 1990s onwards. These prisoners are considered heretics who did not obey the state.
The issue of the prisoners’ release has long been fraught because President Moon, who ruled from 2005 to 2011 before being deposed by Park Geun-hye in favor of her liberal brother Lee Myung-bak and was re-elected in elections last year, has never officially announced when they will be released.
The people who are eligible for release are individuals who did not hold any official position before 1989. But because all of the 13th generation had served their sentence before 1990, and be샌즈 카지노cause they are all eligible for release, the law said officials should have the right to release them.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on the previous ruling has been appealed to the National Assembly, but it will take at least another three years for it to have a decisio온라인카지노n.