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TURKEY: PM SAYS GOV’T NOT CONTEMPLATING RETURN OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

March 31, 2011: Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said the return of capital punishment is “not on the government’s agenda.”  
Turkey abolished the death penalty in 2002 as part of its EU membership efforts.
The debates over whether or not the death sentence must return has risen again in the aftermath of the brutal deaths of three children in Kayseri whose bodies were recently discovered.
The Grand Unity Party (BBP) has started collecting signatures for a campaign demanding the return of capital punishment.
The mystery surrounding the disappearance of the three children in 2009, who were visiting neighbors to collect candy as part of the tradition of Eid al-Fitr, the religious festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, was finally solved over the weekend.
The key suspect in the missing Kayseri children case, Uğur Veli Gülışık, was arrested and taken to Kayseri Prison after he confessed to brutally killing the three youngsters. Gülışık also confessed to raping one of the children, which has led to further public outrage.
Speaking at a ceremony in Ankara yesterday, Erdoğan said capital punishment has recently been discussed but that it is not on their agenda. (Sources: todayszaman.com, 31, 03/2011)

CHINA: THREE FILIPINOS EXECUTED FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING
GAZA: MILITARY COURT SENTENCES MAN TO DEATH
JAPAN: DEATH SENTENCES FINALISED FOR 3 MEN
DANISH COMPANY REJECTS CAPITAL PUNISHMENT BUT WON’T STOP US EXECUTION DRUG
IRAN: 650 PEOPLE EXECUTED IN 2010 - BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE REPORT
SRI LANKA: THREE ARMY MEN SENTENCED TO DEATH
ARIZONA (USA): INMATE EXECUTED AMID QUESTIONS OVER DRUG
TAJIKISTAN: MAJORITY OF POPULATION AGAINST DEATH PENALTY
KUWAIT CONDEMNS THREE TO DEATH IN IRAN SPY RING
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: EXECUTING COUNTRIES LEFT ISOLATED AFTER DECADE OF PROGRESS
NAPOLITANO TELLS UN ITALY WANTS OF END DEATH PENALTY
KAZAKHSTAN: TOWARDS DEFINITIVE ABOLITION
SAUDI ARABIA: SAUDI BEHEADED FOR MURDER
ARIZONA (USA): EXECUTION-DRUG IMPORT PAPERS RAISE QUESTIONS
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: MAN SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR MURDERING WIFE
SAUDI ARABIA: MAN EXECUTED FOR MURDER IN KHAMIS MUSHAYT
U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS BODY APPROVES INVESTIGATOR ON IRAN
VIETNAM: COURT GIVES NIGERIAN DEATH SENTENCE FOR DRUG SMUGGLING
VIETNAM: NIGERIAN SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR DRUGS
CHINA APPROVES DEATH SENTENCE FOR 7 IN XINJIANG
SOMALIA: AL SHABAAB DECAPITATES TWO TEENAGERS
MALDIVES: MP WITHDRAWS DEATH PENALTY AMENDMENT
SOMALIA: GALMUDUG COURT CARRIES OUT DEATH PENALTY
MALDIVES: NABEEL’S EXECUTION ORDER APPEALED IN HIGH COURT
MAURITANIA: FOUR MAURITANIANS SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR ATTACK AGAINST ARMY
MALAYSIA: MAN SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR TRAFFICKING SYABU
IRAQ: AL-QAIDA LEADER SENTENCED TO DEATH
PAKISTAN: BLOOD MONEY – CIA CONTRACTOR ACQUITTED OF MURDERS
IRAN TO EXPEDITE EXECUTION SENTENCES
TEXAS FINDS A SUBSTITUTE DRUG TO CARRY ON EXECUTIONS

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