Ratifications of International Treaties to Abolish the Death Penalty (1 January 2002)
The community of nations has adopted four international treaties providing for the abolition of the death penalty. One is of worldwide scope; the other three are regional. Short descriptions of the four treaties and lists of states parties and countries which have signed but not ratified the treaties as of 1 January 2002 are provided.
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