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Mass amnesty in order in Georgia2010-03-29 11:04
Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, signed a resolution on mass pardoning of convicts, announced Giya Arsenishvili, the chairman of the parliamentary Committee for Human Rights. It's planned to pardon prisoners, serving sentence for minor and non-serious crimes.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Arsenishvili, 200 applications were submitted, 7 of them - from convicts aged below 18, several - from women.
He added the sitting of the commission on pardoning will be held several days before the Easter - Kavkazski Uzel.
The commission on parole will present a list of people to be pardoned to Mikheil Saakashvili in several days.
According to Eka Kherkheulidze, one of the Commission members, applications from 350 convicts were received.
The list of people to be pardoned will be published in the nearest days. She said prisoners below 18 and women can be included.