Taiwan: ADPAN regrets yet more executions in Taiwan
The Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network (ADPAN) says the latest executions of five men in Taiwan on 4 March 2011 calls into question the Taiwan government's stated intention to abolish the death penalty. This brings the number of executions to nine since last year and goes against the global trend towards abolition.
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