Cooperate Or Die

19 August 2017 6:28 pm

In July 2012, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs told Parliament that from the
previous year all executions in the country had been suspended, with the authorities carrying out a review of
the country’s laws that make the death penalty mandatory for murder and drug trafficking. In the city-state that once had the highest per capita execution rate in the world, this was an unheard of development.

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Singapore report web from AmnestyIndia