Sierra Leone lawmakers vote to abolish death penalty

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A majority of lawmakers in Sierra Leones parliament voted Friday to abolish the death penalty, according to an AFP journalist who was present in the chamber. Capital punishment in the West African state will be replaced with life imprisonment or a minimum 30-year jail term. No execution has taken place in the country since 1998, Read More



Source: Punch Newspaper

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