How about, "People should have the right to any consensual, adult sexual activity? An execution is not simply death. Social Work and Human Rights: Sub-Saharan African countries that have recently abolished the death penalty include Burundiwhich abolished the death penalty for all crimes in and Gabon which did the same in Fr Lombardi is emphasising that the church has an outright opposition to the death penalty and, in respect of lesbian and gay people, the church re-asserts its opposition to "all forms of penal legislation that are violent or discriminatory towards homosexual persons".
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Vatican opposes UN Declaration on decriminalisation of homosexuality
On 30 Novemberafter having de facto blocked executions the last was inLeopold promulgated the reform of the penal code that abolished the death penalty and ordered the destruction of all the instruments for capital execution in his land. Here's a quote from the second one - from your own source, not mine: This argument is strongly defended by New York Law School 's Professor Robert Blecker who says that the punishment must be painful in proportion to the crime. The European Union and the Council of Europe both strictly require member states not to practise the death penalty see Capital punishment in Europe. Newly available DNA evidence prevented the pending execution of more than 15 death row inmates during the same period in the US,  but DNA evidence is only available in a fraction of capital cases. Poland is the most recent country to ratify the protocol, on 28 August
The right of people to create laws according to their culture, social needs, beliefs, traditions and consciences Somalia's established Transitional Federal Government announced in November reiterated in  that it plans to ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Article asserts that the ways of proving female same-sex sexual activity in court are the same as for sodomy. The Death Penalty Information Center. Crimes that are punishable by death are known as capital crimes or capital offencesand they commonly include offences such as murdermass murderterrorismtreasonespionageoffenses against the State, such as attempting to overthrow government, piracydrug traffickingwar crimescrimes against humanity and genocidebut may include a wide range of offences depending on a country.