Families of murder victims speak out against abolition of mandatory death penalty


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  • Tuesday, 14 Jan 2020

PUTRAJAYA: Families of murder victims have spoken out against the abolition of the mandatory death penalty for heinous crimes, including murder resulting from premidatation.

Members of the families expressed their disagreement at a two-hour meeting here with the government’s select committee on the abolition of the mandatory death sentence.

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