Aug 25, 2015 06:19 PM

Some Veterans May Be Freed from Prison as Part of World War II Event

(Beijing) – Elderly war veterans jailed for minor offenses may be released as part of an amnesty linked to a major parade that will be held to mark the end of World War II.

The body that runs the National People's Congress between its full annual sessions unveiled an amnesty proposal on August 24, saying it would free four types of convicts sentenced before the start of the year and who are deemed to pose no threat to society if they are released.

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