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Baghdad / NINA /--Iraqi Forces coalition called on Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to give amnesty for innocent detainees who were arrested by suspicions.
He said Ukraine must give amnesty to the rebels and hold regional elections in the east per the Minsk deal.
In March, he urged Iranian officials to give amnesty to US prisoners in honor of the Nowruz holiday that marks the beginning of the Persian calendar.
In the political arena, Congressional Republicans and Democrats have been at odds over President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration that would give amnesty to delay deportation to up to five million undocumented immigrants in the US.
In 2006, the Afghan parliament went so far as to give amnesty to perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity, many of whom enjoy positions of power.
Begg, himself a Brit and hailing from Birmingham, urged the British government to be more considerate and give amnesty to the returnees from Syria and Iraq.
The agreement sketched out in Geneva would give amnesty to protesters who evacuate buildings they have occupied, except those found guilty of capital crimes.
The bill would give amnesty to 11 million illegal aliens making it easier for them to take American jobs, get welfare benefits and further depress wages.
There is no evidence to support this idea that Republicans will pick up a lot of votes if we give amnesty to 11 million folks," said Representative Tim Huelskamp, a Kansas Republican.
They give amnesty to militants and baton charge the unemployed youth who stage protest.
Cruz helps run two national organizations that have been leading the push to give amnesty to illegal immigrants," a voice says in the ad, for which a Dewhurst spokesman told the Morning News the campaign had made a "significant buy.
ECOWAS has lifted its sanctions against land-locked Mali and agreed to give amnesty to all those involved in the coup as part of the transition deal.