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Grupa: RULE OF LAW (individual rights and law enforcement)
Izdanje: AMNESTY LAW 9/2001-1
Published in the Službeni list SRJ, No 9/01 of 2 March 2001
Sekcija: AMNESTY LAW 9/2001-1

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  • Article 1
    The amnesty shall be hereby granted to persons who have, until October 7, 2000, committed, and/or for whom there was a reasonable doubt of having committed, the following criminal offences: refusing to receive arms and to use arms, specified in Article 202, failing to respond to an order to report for military service and eluding such service, specified in Article 214, avoiding military service by incapacitating or deception, specified in Article 215, self-willed moving away and desertion out of the Army of Yugoslavia , specified in Article 217, avoiding the listing and checkup, specified in Article 218, and failing to meet a material obligation, specified in Article 219 – provided for by the Criminal Law of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Službeni list SFRJ, Nos. 44/76, 36/77, 34/84, 74/87, 57/89, 3/90, 38/90, 45/90, 54/90, and Službeni list SRJ, Nos. 35/92, 16/93, 37/93 and 24/94)
    The amnesty by the present Law shall be hereby granted also to persons who have committed, in the period beginning with April 27, 1992 until October 7, 2000, and/or for whom there was a reasonable doubt of having committed the following criminal offences: preventing fight against an enemy, specified in Article 118, armed rebellion, specified in Article 124, inciting to violent change of constitutional order, specified in Article 133, association with the aim of engaging in hostile activity, specified in Article 136, and undermining the reputation of the FRY, specified in Article 157 – provided for by the Criminal Law of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Službeni list SFRJ, Nos. 44/76, 36/77, 34/84, 37/84, 74/87, 57/89, 3/90, 38/90, 45/90, 54/90, and Službeni list SRJ, Nos. 35/92, 16/93, 37/93 and 24/94).
    The amnesty specified in paragraphs 1 and 2 of the present Article shall include exemption from criminal prose-cution, exemption from being subject to carrying out of penalty, and deleting of punishment from the penal records.
  • Article 2
    Exempted from the execution of one fourth of penalty of imprisonment, pronounced by a finally effective judgment, shall be persons who until October 7, 2000 have been convicted for the criminal offences provided for by the Criminal Law of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, except the persons being sentenced by a finally effective decision for a criminal offence of terrorism, specified in Article 125, for criminal offences against humanity and international law, specified in Chapter XVI, for a criminal offence of unauthorized production and putting into circu-lation of narcotics, specified in Article 245, and for a criminal offence of making possible the use of narcotics, specified in Article 246 of the Criminal Law of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Službeni list SFRJ, Nos. 44/76, 36/77, 34/84, 37/84, 74/87, 57/89, 3/90, 38/90, 45/90, Službeni list SRJ, Nos. 35/92, 16/93, 37/93 and 24/94).
  • Article 3
    Where against a person specified in Article 1 of the present Law criminal proceedings are not instituted, such proceedings shall not be instituted, while the criminal proceedings that are underway shall be suspended.
    Where against a person specified in Article 1 of the present Law a penalty of imprisonment is imposed by a finally binding judgment, such person shall be exempted from the execution of that penalty in its totality, or from the portion of the term not yet served.