FILE - MP Samir Jisr attends a meeting at the Parliament in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, March 6, 2012. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Future bloc MP Samir Jisr Saturday said that authorities were currently drafting a general law amnesty, state media reported.A general amnesty request must be put forward by the interior and justice ministers and would also require approval from President Michel Aoun, who has the authority to accept or reject the proposal.From the Bekaa Valley, Sidon and all the way to Tripoli, Lebanese have been demonstrating for a general amnesty law that would forgive hundreds of thousands of crimes.
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