Related Rule
Practice Relating to Rule 159. Amnesty
Section B. Prohibition on amnesty for war crimes
Liberia’s Act to Establish the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2005) states:
Considering that the civil conflict was generally characterized by … violation of international humanitarian laws and standards.
Article VII. Functions and Powers.
Section 26. The TRC [Truth and Reconciliation Commission] shall enjoy and exercise such functions and powers as are relevant for the realization of its mandates. Its functions and powers shall include, but not be limited to:
(g) Recommending amnesty under terms and conditions established by the TRC upon application of individual persons making full disclosures of their wrongs and thereby expressing remorse for their acts and/or omissions, whether as an accomplice or a perpetrator, provided that amnesty or exoneration shall not apply to violations of international humanitarian law and crimes against humanity in conformity with international laws and standards. 
Liberia, Act to Establish the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 2005, Preamble and Article VII, Section 26.