Соответствующая норма
Venezuela
Practice Relating to Rule 159. Amnesty
Venezuela’s General Amnesty Law (2000) states:
Article 1. A general, and full, political amnesty is granted to all those persons who, confronted to the general established order, have been prosecuted, sentenced or are being pursued for committing, with political motivations, political or related offences up until 31 December 1992.
As a result, all those persons, whether prosecuted or not, sentenced or in the process of being sentenced, for committing, with political motivations, political or related offences provided for in ordinary or military criminal legislation will be covered by the present Law. The effects of this amnesty will extend to all the authors of, and participants in, these offences.
Article 2. In accordance with the previous article, criminal procedures as well as administrative, judicial, military and police processes initiated by any organ of the State, ordinary or military criminal tribunals, corresponding to the offences referred to in the previous article shall be extinguished.
In addition, the sentences and sanctions [imposed] on the authors and participants are in general condemned. 
Venezuela, General Amnesty Law, 2000, Articles 1–2.
Venezuela’s Special Amnesty Law (2007) states:
Article 1. Amnesty will be granted to all those persons, confronted to the general established order, who … have been subjected to criminal proceedings, [and] have been prosecuted or sentenced for the commission of offences during the following acts:
a. For [the acts that took place in April and December 2002] …
e. For the commission of the offences of instigation to commit crimes and military rebellion up until 2 December 2007,
m. For the acts constituting … acts of civil rebellion up until 2 December 2002.
Article 2. In accordance with the previous article, criminal procedures, judicial, military and police processes initiated by any organ of the State, ordinary or military criminal tribunals, corresponding exclusively to the offences referred to in the previous article shall be extinguished. 
Venezuela, Special Amnesty Law, 2007, Articles 1–2.
Venezuela’s General Amnesty Law (2000) states:
Article 1. A general, and full, political amnesty is granted to all those persons who, confronted to the general established order, have been prosecuted, sentenced or are being pursued for committing, with political motivations, political or related offences up until 31 December 1992.
Article 4. In accordance with the previous … and the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic [of Venezuela], those persons having committed crimes against humanity, serious violations of human rights and war crimes will not benefit from the present Law. 
Venezuela, General Amnesty Law, 2000, Articles 1(a),(e) and (m) and 4.
Venezuela’s Special Amnesty Law (2007) states:
Article 1. Amnesty will be granted to all those persons, confronted to the general established order, who … have been subjected to criminal proceedings, [and] have been prosecuted or sentenced for the commission of offences during the following acts:
a. For [the acts that took place in April and December 2002] …
e. For the commission of the offences of instigation to commit crimes and military rebellion up until 2 December 2007,
m. For the acts constituting … acts of civil rebellion up until 2 December 2002.
Article 4. In accordance with Article 29 of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, those persons having committed crimes against humanity, serious violations of human rights and war crimes shall not benefit from the present law. 
Venezuela, Special Amnesty Law, 2007, Articles 1 and 4.
Venezuela’s Constitution (2009) states: “[W]ar crimes … are excluded from any benefit that might render the offenders immune from punishment, including pardons and amnesties.” 
Venezuela, Constitution, 2009, Article 29.
In 2011, in its core document forming part of Venezuela’s reports on international human rights instruments, Venezuela stated: “Within the framework of the protection of human rights, the Venezuelan State has an obligation to punish crimes against humanity and war crimes, which are not time-barred and cannot be subject to pardon or amnesty.” 
Venezuela, Human rights instruments core document forming part of Venezuela’s reports, 22 February 2013, UN Doc. HRI/CORE/VEN/2011, submitted 5 July 2011, § 123.