Director of Corrections reveals 1.3 lakh inmates received royal pardons Prepare before releasing to the Khok Nong Na project training
from the case of the Government Gazette website publishing the Royal Decree Royal pardon, B.E. 2021
On Dec. 5, Mr. Ayut Sinthaphan, Director-General of the Department of Corrections, revealed that for the Royal Decree Royal pardon 2021 on the occasion of the birthday of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, National Day and Father’s Day, on December 5, 2021, approximately 32,000 inmates will be released from prisons across the country, approximately 22,000 will be released immediately, reduced their sentences and released. 9,100 cases, and in addition, there are absolute prisoners who have been granted meet the criteria to reduce the penalty day According to the class of prisoners of 139,175
Later, at 17.55 on December 5, 2021, the Department of Corrections released a news document stating that Mr. Ayut Sinthapphan, Director-General of Corrections revealed that on the occasion of the birthday of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Maha Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, National Day and Father’s Day, December 5, 2021 His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Srisin Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Wachiraklao Chao Yuhua has been graciously pleased royal pardons to prisoners across the country who have good behavior to receive a leniency and release according to the royal decree granting pardon to provide opportunities for those people to behave as good citizens which will be beneficial to the nation in the future
In this time, there will be 2 groups of prisoners who have been pardoned, namely: (1) those who have received royal pardons, namely detainees; Social service or public benefit workers in lieu of fines Those released on probation with one of the following characteristics, such as a prison sentence of up to one year, including a disabled person Those with serious illnesses and old age, etc., and (2) the group who received a reduced pardon, including those released on probation and prisoners other than the first group. Those released on probation will receive a royal pardon, slash the sentence and halve the probation period. As for the decisive prisoner, how much or how much will the punishment be reduced? It depends on the prisoner class and the base of the offense.
on the part of the prisoners who were not granted royal pardon According to this royal decree, it consists of: 1. Repeat offenders and not excellent prisoners. 2. The absolute prisoner, the floor must be improved or the floor is greatly improved. 3. Major drug offenders who have just served a prison sentence after the Royal Decree Grant of Amnesty BE 2021 (28 July 2021) came into force This Royal Decree comes into force from December 6, 2021 onwards, stating that the operation must be completed within 120 days from the effective date of the Royal Decree.
Mr. Ayut added that the Department of Corrections, along with relevant agencies, both the public and private sectors, have jointly prepared before releasing them to prisoners. while being held in prisons and correctional institutions both education mental development training vocational skills training career guidance especially the pre-release project Royal Project in His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua “Kok Nong Na of Kindness and Hope, Department of Corrections” that has been trained in a new agricultural theory training course in a small area for inmates Under the measures to prevent and control the epidemic of the COVID-19 virus to have knowledge can lead to a career after being released from prison hoping that society as well as entrepreneurs or various companies will give the acquitted an opportunity to work Let’s encourage and open up to accept those who made a mistake. to return to being a good person of society Not going back to commit the same mistake again.
In this regard, the acquitted will be released from all prisons and correctional institutions. must pass a screening test and quarantine according to measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 infectious disease of the Department of Corrections strictly