Sunday, June 16, 2013

The Death Penalty in North Korea


The International Federation for Human Rights have published a report called . The report describes various problems and cases of ’denial of the right to a fair trial,‘ ’on-site public executions and secret executions,’ ‘death penalty applied to non-serious crimes,’ and ‘death penalty against vulnerable groups.’ The death penalty in North Korea is applied in total opacity, in a way that is an arbitrary deprivation of life.

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