pardon perpetrators

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  • If passed, the bill will set up a Commission empowered to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 2000 coup.
  • He contends that this risk is particularly pronounced where truth commissions employ amnesties, and especially blanket amnesties to pardon perpetrators of serious crimes.
  • Bune has strongly opposed the government's plans to establish a Commission with the power to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 2000 coup.
  • The legislation establishes a Commission empowered to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of coup-related offenses.
  • The bill proposes the establishment of a Commission with the power (subject to presidential approval) to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 2000 coup.
  • He also took a vocal stand against the controversial Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which proposed to establish a Commission to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the coup.
  • The controversial legislation, promoted by the government in 2005, proposed to establish a commission empowered to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 2000 coup, many of whom were supporters of the CAMV.
  • Also in May 2005, the Qarase government introduced controversial parliamentary legislation to establish a Reconciliation and Unity Commission with powers, subject to presidential approval, to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 2000 coup.
  • His areas of disagreement with the government included the controversial Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which proposed to establish a Commission empowered to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the coup; Hughes expressed serious reservations about the amnesty provisions.
  • She spent much of mid-to-late 2005 campaigning against the government's controversial Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which proposes to establish a Commission with the power to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the Fiji coup of 2000.
  • The controversial Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, authorizing a Commission to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the coup, was another example of the government's bias, which had antagonized the Military, Beddoes said.
  • In 2005, Tora came out strongly in favour of the government's controversial Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which aims to establish a commission empowered to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 2000 coup, and has harshly attacked its detractors.
  • In a controversial move, the Great Council decided on 28 July 2005 to endorse the government's Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which aimed to establish a commission empowered to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 2000 coup.
  • In May and June 2005, Bale promoted the Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which proposes the establishment of a Commission with the power, subject to presidential approval, to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of crimes related to the 2000 coup.
  • In his role as spokesman, Rabukawaqa has articulated a number of criticisms of government policies, including the promotion of the controversial Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which seeks to empower a Commission to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the Fiji coup of 2000.
  • Duvuloco supported the controversial 2006 Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Unity Bill, which proposes to establish a Commission empowered to compensate victims and pardon perpetrators of the 200 coup which deposed the elected government of Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry in May 2000.