Singapore: Joint statement calling on authorities to halt two set executions

The Government of Singapore has set the executions of Mohd Aziz bin Hussain, a 56-year-old Singaporean Malay man convicted of trafficking approximately 50g of diamorphine (heroin); and Saridewi binte Djamani, a 45-year-old Singaporean woman convicted of trafficking approximately 30g of diamorphine (heroin). It has been almost twenty years since Singapore last executed a woman. If these executions proceed, Singapore will have executed 15 people for drug offences since 30 March 2022, an average of one execution every month. We strongly urge the Government of Singapore to immediately halt these scheduled executions.

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