Activists renew calls for moratorium of death penalty
Marguerite Afra Sapiie
The Jakarta Post
Human rights groups have renewed calls for the Indonesian government to halt, if not abolish, implementation of the death penalty, as a newly released study indicates declining trends on the use of capital punishment globally.
An annual report on the death penalty released by Amnesty International last Thursday revealed a global decrease in executions from 2016 to 2017, down by 4 percent, f...
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