His Majesty Sultan Haitham pardons 285 prisoners, Including 118 Foreigners

His majesty the Sultan
His majesty the Sultan

Muscat: His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik pardons 285 prisoners

In a statement Royal Oman Police said: His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik,  has issued a royal pardon to number of prisoners convicted of different cases they are 285 prisoners, of whom 118 are foreigners, coinciding with the occasion “the day His Majesty – may God bless him – the reins of power in the country.” And taking into account the families of these inmates

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