- 复数: amnesties;
The president granted a general amnesty for all political prisoners.
More than ninety prisoners have been set free so far under a government amnesty.
Amnesty says there are fundamental flaws in their military justice system.
Amnesty International opposes the death penalty as a violation of the right to life.
Amnesty International chronicles cases of torture and mutilation.
A spokesperson for Amnesty, Norma Johnston, describes some cases.
Activists who were involved in crimes of violence will not automatically be granted amnesty.
The government has announced an immediate amnesty for rebel fighters.
Amnesty International is trying to establish whether the police acted lawfully in shooting him.
Amnesty workers have been barred from Sri Lanka since 1982.
A general amnesty for political prisoners may be in the offing.
Most political prisoners were freed under the terms of the amnesty.
The new emperor declared a total amnesty.
Some political criminals were favoured with amnesty.
Amnesty International often plays the human rights card.
The king decreed a general amnesty.
Despite an amnesty offer, the mutiny spread to other towns and tanks were mobilised in Dhaka.
Debate on the measure begins Monday, but already some are denouncing it as amnesty.
The prisoners were set at liberty by the special amnesty of the President.
Amnesty alleges that in some cases detainees were severely beaten to force them to confess.
The city officials will take off the gloves tomorrow when the tax amnesty period ends.
Torture , concluded a recent report by Amnesty International , is endemic among Russian police.
Amnesty International complained on July 7 th about the similar plight of women in Kenya's slums.
It was later described by human rights group Amnesty International as a war crime.
An amnesty would mean revolution.
They excepted him from the general amnesty.
Carrie only listened as one who has granted a temporary amnesty.
——英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
Amnesty gathered statements from 37 women and in Mpuma Longer Mpumalanga and Quasulonatao KwaZulu Natal provinces.
1. a period during which offenders are exempt from punishment
2. a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense
3. the formal act of liberating someone
1. grant a pardon to (a group of people)