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The Process of Abolishing the Death Penalty in Members States of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation

By Nael Georges, on 27 November 2020






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Afghanistan

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Albania

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Algeria

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Azerbaijan

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Bahrain

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Brunei Darussalam

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Burkina Faso

Abolitionist for ordinary crimes onlyDeath penalty legal status

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Cameroon

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Chad

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Comoros

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Djibouti

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Egypt

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Indonesia

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Iran (Islamic Republic of)

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Iraq

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Jordan

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Kazakhstan

Abolitionist for ordinary crimes onlyDeath penalty legal status

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Kuwait

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Kyrgyzstan

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Lebanon

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Libya

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Malaysia

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Maldives

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Mali

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Morocco

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Mozambique

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Niger

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Nigeria

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Oman

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Qatar

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Saudi Arabia

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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Sierra Leone

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Somalia

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Sudan

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Suriname

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Tajikistan

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Togo

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Tunisia

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Turkey

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Turkmenistan

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Uganda

RetentionistDeath penalty legal status

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United Arab Emirates

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Uzbekistan

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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