Philippines: Further Information on Imminent execution
On 28 January, Roberto Lara and Roderick Licayan were granted a 30-day stay of execution by the Supreme Court, only two days before they were due to be executed by lethal injection. The Supreme Court declared that they needed more time to study claims of new evidence, and to decide whether or not Roberto Lara and Roderick Licayan cases should be formally reopened.
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