Riyadh, SPA: Major General Mansour Al-Turki, the Security Spokesman of the Ministry of Interior, said yesterday that Prince Mohammed bin Naif Center Advice-and-care-giving Program is the last procedural phase for releasing those in custody at the security authorities finally or conditionally. In a statement to the Channel I of the Saudi Television, Al-Turki said the Legal Committee will have the right to exempt some of them from taking this dose. He said the center has so far released four groups after having benefited from the program, adding that about 100 are still pending the completion of the care-and-advice program. During the first three months of this year, 184 were released, Al-Turki said, adding that out of the four groups, 36 were released in the first group and 22 in the last group. He concluded that the social specialists of the center continue contacts with the released in what was called post-release care program.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 3:02 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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