On immigration, amnesty is part of the program but only after other enforcement measures are put in place.
But if they get to redefine what “human rights” even means, then they might suddenly look like amnesty International.
The president added that the negotiations were still at an early stage, and details of the amnesty program had not been finalized.
On immigration reform: “Secure the borders” and “no amnesty.”
Along with amnesty, our borders were to be secured once and for all.
He had pardoned nearly all the leaders in the rebellion through the medium of amnesty proclamations.
The very pith of the thing was the act of amnesty and oblivion.
After the events of Thermidor the Convention had thrown open the prison doors, put an end to bloodshed, and proclaimed an amnesty.
Just when the revolution was rife Pius the Ninth proclaimed an amnesty.
The taking of Imus gave General Polavieja an opportunity of offering an amnesty to the rebels, which he did not neglect.
"pardon of past offenses," 1570s, from French amnestie "intentional overlooking," from Latin amnestia, from Greek amnestia "forgetfulness (of wrong); an amnesty," from a-, privative prefix, "not" (see a- (3)), + mnestis "remembrance," related to mnaomai "I remember" (see mind (n.)). As a verb, from 1809. Amnesty International founded 1961 as Appeal for Amnesty. The name was changed 1963.