Alternatives for death penalty

THE move to abolish the death penalty in Malaysia, which was announced by the then government in June last year, has offered some reassurance to convicted inmates on death row.

Abolition of the death penalty, which will be replaced by alternative sentencing options, marks the recognition by the authorities that it is an extreme and inhumane punishment and has no place in a civilised nation.

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