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

By Nael Georges, ECPM, on 27 November 2020



As the 47th session of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is being held on 27-28 November 2020 in Niamey, Niger, ECPM and Nael Georges release this study, “The Process of Abolishing the Death Penalty in Member States of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation”.




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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

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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

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Indonesia

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Iran (Islamic Republic of)

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Iraq

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Jordan

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Kazakhstan

Abolitionist for ordinary crimes onlyDeath penalty legal status

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Kuwait

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Kyrgyzstan

Abolitionist for all crimesDeath penalty legal status

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Lebanon

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Libya

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Malaysia

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Maldives

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Mali

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Morocco

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Mozambique

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Niger

Abolitionist in practiceDeath penalty legal status

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Nigeria

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Oman

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Qatar

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Saudi Arabia

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Sierra Leone

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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

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Togo

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Tunisia

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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

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United Arab Emirates

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Uzbekistan

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