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Georgia
Practice Relating to Rule 158. Prosecution of War Crimes
Section B. Granting of asylum to suspected war criminals
Georgia’s Law on Refugee and Humanitarian Status (2011) states: “Refugee status shall not be granted to a person who: a) has committed a crime against peace, a war crime or a crime against humanity, as determined in relevant international acts”. 
Georgia, Law on Refugee and Humanitarian Status, 2011, Article 3(1)(a).
Georgia’s Law on International Protection (2016), taking into account amendments up to 2017, states:
Article 18 Exclusion from refugee status
An alien or a stateless person shall not be granted refugee status (shall be excluded from refugee status), even though he/she meets the requirements of Article 15 of this Law [on the grounds for granting refugee status], if there are sufficient grounds to believe that:
a) he/she has committed a crime against peace, a war crime or a crime against humanity, in accordance with the definitions assigned to such actions by international acts created for such purpose;
Article 20 Grounds for refusing to grant humanitarian status
An alien or a stateless person shall not be granted humanitarian status, if:
b) one or more of the circumstances provided for by Article 18 of this Law exist regarding him/her;
Article 22 Grounds for refusing to grant the status of a person under temporary protection
A person shall not be granted the status of a person under temporary protection, if:
c) one or more of the circumstances provided for by … Article 18 of this Law exist regarding him/her.
Article 46 Reunion of a family
8. An internationally protected person may be refused family reunion if there exist any of the circumstances provided for by … Article 18 of this Law with regard to a family member. 
Georgia, Law on International Protection, 2016, taking into account amendments up to 2017, Articles 18(a), 20(b), 22(c) and 46(8).