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BAGHDAD, Dec 8 (KUNA) -- Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi said Monday he did not grant immunity against judicial prosecution for US soldiers in Iraq.
Washington, June 17 ( ANI ): Rights group "Sikhs for Justice" has challenged the suggestion of the United States to grant immunity to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in a pending human rights violation law suit before a Washington Federal Court.
The Philippine government has a law that slows the Ombudsman authority to grant immunity to erring people who decide to become a state witness.
The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights and Hickman & Rose Solicitors, who represent the victims of Gantz's actions, condemn the decision to grant immunity to a suspected war criminal.
ISLAMABAD -- Leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pervez Rashid has claimed that it was due to opposition of PML-N when an attempt was made to grant immunity to former President Pervez Musharraf that today he is made to stand trial for his doings.
doesn't support absolute immunity because international law doesn't grant immunity, particularly in crimes that violate it," Binomar said.
The Foreign Office can't interfere in Spain's legal system, and a British passport does not grant immunity from Spanish law.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: An Ahrar bloc MP confirmed that the US pressures against Premier Nouri al-Maliki continued to grant immunity to some of its soldiers and to get economic gains.
In a final statement issued at the end of the rally, protesters also cautioned about new attempts to threaten their revolution, and warned that a number of parties are seeking to hijack their revolution, protect the regime and grant immunity to criminals.
7) The current military authority to grant immunity is codified in Rule for Courts-Martial 704.
Summary: Yemeni Nobel peace laureate Tawakul Karman made an impassioned plea to the United Nations Tuesday to repudiate a Gulf Arab plan that would grant immunity to her country's "war criminal" president.
Ali al-Dabbagh, the government spokesman, issued a statement saying the leaders had agreed that there was "no need to grant immunity to trainers", rather ambiguous phrasing for a deal-breaking demand.