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22.09.2021 - 18:48 [ teleSUR ]

Ecuador: Indigenous Peoples Demand Amnesty for Social Leaders

On Tuesday, Ecuador’s Indigenous Peoples Confederation (CONAIE) presented an amnesty bill for freeing 260 social leaders who took part in demonstrations against illegal mining and in the 2019 protests against President Lenin Moreno (2017-2021).

18.08.2021 - 09:29 [ Al Jazeera ]

Transcript of Taliban’s first news conference in Kabul

“We have expelled the foreigners and I would like to congratulate the whole nation on this.

This is pride, not only for a limited number of people. This is a proud moment for the whole nation. This kind of pride is rare when it can be achieved. The whole nation, after the whole history of the nation and therefore, on the base of this I would like to congratulate the whole nation and I would like to welcome you.

Freedom and independence seeking is a legitimate right of every nation. The Afghans also use their legitimate right after 20 years of struggle for freedom and for emancipating the country from occupation, this was our right and we achieved this right.“

18.08.2021 - 09:18 [ Tagesschau.de ]

Machtübernahme in Afghanistan: Taliban verkünden Kriegsende und Amnestie

Frauen sollen arbeiten, sie seien Teil der Gesellschaft. Man werde allen verzeihen, „die gegen uns waren“, so die Taliban bei ihrem ersten offiziellen Auftritt. An den versöhnlichen Worten haben viele Menschen in Afghanistan Zweifel.

24.09.2020 - 22:58 [ junge Welt ]

Kriegsverbrechen: Strafverfolgung behindert

Pikant ist auch, dass der vorliegende Entwurf es zukünftigen Regierungen ermöglichen soll, die europäische Menschenrechtskonvention zu ignorieren, sollte Großbritannien in »signifikante militärische Operationen im Ausland« verwickelt sein. Zusätzlich wurde am Donnerstag ein Gesetzentwurf im Unterhaus zur ersten Lesung eingebracht, der Angehörigen des britischen Auslandsgeheimdienstes MI5 ausdrücklich das Begehen von Straftaten erlauben soll.

26.07.2019 - 16:45 [ theSun.co.uk ]

Boris Johnson warned over planned amnesty for 500,000 illegal immigrants

Speaking in the Commons yesterday, the new PM said he had raised the idea of an amnesty when he served under Theresa May, “and it did not receive an overwhelming endorsement”.

He said the Windrush scandal had shown the difficulties that can be caused by a mass expulsion of people who “may have been living and working here for many, many years without being involved in any criminal activity at all”.

“We should look at it,” he said. “And the truth is the law already basically allows them an effective amnesty.”