The royal pardon is a traditional custom to mark national and religious holidays.
The Ministry of Justice announced the news on november 9, detailing in its statement that 103 of the 300 beneficiaries had their prison terms reduced.
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The royal pardon also includes 36 prisoners who benefited from pardon over their remaining prison terms. 10 others benefited from the initiative over their imprisonment terms while their fines were maintained.
The statement added that three inmates benefited from the pardon over their prison terms and fines. The royal initiative also annulled fines for 42 prisoners.
The royal pardon is customary in Morocco to mark national and religious holidays. Today marks the anniversary of the birth of Muhammad the prophet.
For the event, King Mohammed VI chaired a religious ceremony on Saturday, November 9 in his Marrakech royal palace.
Crown Prince Moulay Hassan and Prince Moulay Rachid and prince Moulay Ismael attended the ceremony.