Without going into too much detail, it is to be known that those who leave prison for two or more years of still remaining unenforceable punishment are subject to surveillance measures and have certain specific obligations established at the time of detention: to come to work of probation when required, to attend certain courses, to receive the visits of the supervisor, etc. He may even be required not to go to certain places, to some people, not to drive or to wear weapons.
If judges feel that detainees have turned and can integrate into society, detainees who meet certain legal conditions can get out of prison even with more than two years remaining to be executed. The main condition is the execution of a minimum of punishment, which the elected people proposed and voted last year to decrease, which would lead, if those changes were made to the Criminal Code, to faster liberties. Beneficiaries of this mechanism have been numerous over the last five years.