Death Penalty - Written Statement to the 36th session of the Human Rights Council
Amnesty International is concerned about the use of the death penalty in the minority of states that still resorts to it and wishes to draw the attention of the UN Human Rights Council to a number of serious violations of international human rights law and standards often associated with its use.
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