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Amnesty urges Sri Lanka to withdraw death penalty plans | Tamil Guardian

12.7.18

Amnesty urges Sri Lanka to withdraw death penalty plans | Tamil Guardian: “By resuming executions after more than 40 years, Sri Lanka will do immense damage to its reputation. The government must immediately halt plans to carry out any executions, commute all death sentences, and establish an official moratorium on the implementation of the death penalty as a first step towards its full abolition,” Amnesty International's South Asian Deputy Director Dinushika Dissanayake said.


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