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Prensa Latina News Agency - US Needs a Fair, Meaningful Criminal Justice System, Says Obama

18.10.15

Prensa Latina News Agency - US Needs a Fair, Meaningful Criminal Justice System, Says Obama: In his customary Saturday radio and YouTube address, President Obama said that ever since he was a federal senator he always highlighted the need to change that situation, and in this regard he will carry out a drive in the next few weeks, including visits to former inmates and tours of cities suffering the scourge of drug addiction.

He will also meet with officials of order agencies and members of drug abuse-related communities.

However, he cited some advances of his Administration in this regard, specially a law that according to him reduces disparities in some sentences against those consuming illegal substances.

President Obama vowed to wok with Congress, whose members are determined "to take to my desk the projects to reform the criminal justice system," particularly a bipartisan proposal to reduce the sentences against non violent crimes related to drugs.


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