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The executions come four weeks after President Ma Ying-jeou formally apologised for the execution of an innocent man in 1997.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 38/005/2010. 10 December 2010. Taiwan: Justice delayed in “Hsichih Trio” ...
Public Statement ASA 38/005/2010
ADPAN, the Asia-Pacific network which campaigns for the abolition of the death penalty welcomes the important decision to acquit the “Hsichih Trio”. ...
Document ASA 38/004/2010
3 June 2010. TAIWAN. ADPAN Regrets Use of the Death Penalty and Appeals for the Lives of those under Sentence of Death. ASA 38/002/2010. ...
Document ASA 38/002/2010
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT AI Index: ASA 38/003/2010 3 June 2010. TAIWAN: Abolition of the Death ...
Public Statement ASA 38/003/2010
Amnesty International has condemned the execution of four prisoners by the Taiwanese authorities, the first since December 2005.
President Ma Ying-jeou urged to ensure that the country's de facto moratorium on executions remains in place.
Amnesty International notes the recent debate on the death penalty sparked by a former Mister of Justice's support for a moratorium on executions and ...
Open Letter ASA 38/001/2010
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Taiwan's legislature has ratified two of the most important international conventions for the development of human rights.