Gambia: Halt further executions and establish an official moratorium. The Maldives: address impunity for human rights violations by the police
In this oral statement, Amnesty International calls on the government of The Gambia, to halt any further executions, and to, immediately and publicly, commit to an official moratorium on the use of the death penalty. The organization also urges the Government of the Maldives to address without delay institutional weakness, including the persistent failure to deal with impunity for human rights violations.
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