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If the Singapore government really prioritized the well-being of people in Singapore, they wouldn’t be wasting time and money trying to get Richard Branson over for a “debate.”
Abolitionists often say that capital punishment is a system in which those without capital get the punishment. Abdul Kahar’s case is a perfect illustration of this.
Nagaenthran K. Dharmalingam, a Malaysian man at risk of execution in Singapore, did not receive any of the procedural accommodations that international experts now say persons with disabilities should have.
Two recent near-executions have, in a small way, rekindled efforts to abolish the death penalty in Singapore.
The execution of a man by lethal injection indicates a change in royal attitudes to the death penalty in Thailand.