Law Minister: No more death penalty, death row inmates to get reprieve


KUALA LUMPUR: The death penalty will be abolished and there should be a moratorium on all executions until then, Datuk Liew Vui Keong (pic) said on Wednesday (Oct 10).

The de facto law Minister in the Prime Minister's Department said that the only issue was what to do with the convicts currently on death row.

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