The Students for Humanity Review

October 23, 2018

Last October 10th was the 16th “World Day against Death Penalty”, organised by the World Coalition against the Death Penalty.

Although many people could think it is an obsolete and distant institution, unfortunately, in the 21st century, there are still countries that keep death penalty in their criminal system. Precisely fifty-six, according to Amnesty International report for 2018. Only last year, twenty-three of them have sentenced to death at least 993 people. This number is even more impressive if we consider that is reached not counting China, which marks death sentences as state secret, in order to hide these data from organizations and medias. 

Due to this circumstance, Amnesty International launched a campaign in Belarus, Ghana, Japan, Iran and Malaysia, so that national governments...

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