More than 10,000 prisoners out on parole since 2008


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  • Thursday, 31 Mar 2016

PETALING JAYA: More than 10,000 prisoners have been paroled in the last eight years since the system was introduced in Malaysia.

According to the Home Ministry, the first batch involved 64 prisoners on July 26, 2008. As of March 14 this year, 12,550 prisoners have been granted parole.

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