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Georgia is preparing for an administrative amnesty2010-03-31 15:54
The Parliament of Georgia intends to pass a bill on administrative amnesty, prepared by the government of the country. Georgian citizens will be freed from fines for administrative violations, committed before July 15th 2009, RosBalt reports citing to a source in the Parliament.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Yet not everyone, who violated the administrative law and hasn't already paid the fine, will fall under that amnesty.
It doesn't concern those who committed severe violations like consuming drugs without prescription, illegal selling of alcohol etc.