A senior member of the Greater Bor community, who spoke to Sudan Tribune on the condition of anonymity, said people were generally unhappy over the decision which saw Agou excluded from the list of those pardoned
by the president over the same crime.
Although, Trump officially pardoned
two turkeys, Twitterati chose Drumstick, rather than Wishbone, to be the official National Turkey.
The "hugely important" move will see those convicted for consensual same-sex relationships before laws were changed formally pardoned
On the Democratic side, Clinton pardoned
396 and commuted 61 sentences for an approval percentage of 6.
8) In April 2012, the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles pardoned
Castillo for his prior conviction of statutory rape.
Granting pardon to the killer despite being pardoned
by the family members of victim falls in the ambit of Fasad Fil Arz.
A possible humanitarian pardon for convicted ex-President Alberto Fujimori was receiving extensive news coverage as were allegations that former President Alan Garcia (1985-1990, 2006-2011) pardoned
convicted drug traffickers.
Among the 55 pardoned
are Lee's long-time friend Chun Shin Il and close political ally Choi See Joong, both of them convicted of bribery.
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili pardoned
251 prisoners, Chairperson of the State Parole Commission Yelena
Bulgaria's former President Georgi Parvanov and Vice President Angel Marin pardoned
a total of 87 murderers during their 10 years in office (2002-2012), a special parliamentary committee has found.
21) And substantively there is only one limitation: that impeached officeholders can't be pardoned
In 2008, the Governor pardoned
Ricky Walters, a successful hip-hop artist who had come to the United States from the United Kingdom when he was eleven years old.
Rick Perry pardoned
them for the mostly minor crimes they committed many years ago.
According to Article 45 of the Constitution of Pakistan, Aasia Bibi cannot be pardoned
as her case is sub judice, the petition stated.
The court further found that the term "may" referred to the pardoned
individual's discretion to seek a court order of expungement.