HAVANA None of a 3,522 prisoners pardoned by a Cuban supervision on Friday seem to be domestic prisoners, according to a Reuters examination of a list of domestic prisoners published by a anarchist Commission of Human Rights and National Reconciliation.
Commission members pronounced they were still reviewing a 129-page request published by a supervision that lists all a names of those to be released. Cuba pronounced it would atonement a prisoners on a arise of a Sept. 19-22 revisit by Pope Francis.
The Reuters examination showed usually one of a 3,522 names seemed to compare those on a list of 60 domestic prisoners published by a tellurian rights elect in June. But a elect pronounced that name seemed to be a fluke as a resources of their cases differed.
However, a Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU), Cuba’s largest anarchist organisation, pronounced it deliberate one of those pardoned to be a domestic restrained since he took adult domestic activism in jail. The tellurian rights elect pronounced it had released that restrained since of a story of aroused crime.
(Reporting by Daniel Trotta; Editing by Frances Kerry)
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