As executions drop, review death penalty
Director of Amnesty International Indonesia
PREMIUM The global trend to resort to the death penalty decreased in 2017. The good news is that Indonesia played a part in this positive trend by not carrying out any executions and reducing the number of death sentences imposed. The bad news: The country still keeps the death penalty in its laws, meaning the constant threat of the ultimate cruel and inhuman form of punishment still looms over more than ...
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