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The government alleged that the Federal Government had concluded plans to grant amnesty to the 32 killer cultist members of the slain notorious kidnap kingpin Don Waney.
I am happy that we have decided to grant amnesty to them also, roughly making it to around 9000 youth," she said.
Falah Al-Azab announced on Tuesday His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah would grant amnesty to many offenders in 2017, while others will have their sentences commuted.
In an Inquirer Live interview, Bello, who is part of the government peace panel in the talks with communist rebels, said their counterparts should understand that President Rodrigo Duterte could not just grant amnesty to all political prisoners as some cases are judicial matters.
Irresponsible protests will lead to the collapse of the state," he said, and refused to answer a question on whether he was willing to grant amnesty to Protest Law detainees, if elected.
Putin submitted the bill to grant amnesty to tens of thousands of convicted criminals as a gesture of goodwill to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Constitution.
Summary: Press Council of India chairman Justice (retired) Markandey Katju had appealed to the Governor to grant amnesty to Sanjay Dutt after he was upheld guilty by the Supreme Court.
Global Banking News-July 10, 2012--India to grant amnesty to HSBC account holders who evaded taxes(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
It will also grant amnesty to the security forces' actions taken during the last three-year operation in the tribal areas.
LIBDEM leader Nick Clegg wants to grant amnesty to between 500,000 and one million illegal immigrants in the UK so they will pay taxes.
Ahmadi-nejad went on to say that Iran could not grant amnesty to a French teacher accused of spying unless France was willing to reciprocate in dealing with Iranian prisoners in France.
Nigeria's president has said he is prepared to grant amnesty to armed groups in the oil-rich Niger delta who agree to give up their weapons.