executions in the world:

In 2017

0

2000 to present

0

legend:

  • Abolitionist
  • retentionist
  • De facto abolitionist
  • Moratorium on executions
  • Abolitionist for ordinary crimes
  • Committed to abolishing the death penalty

TUVALU

 
government: constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy
state of civil and political rights: Free
constitution: 1 October 1978
legal system: English common law supplemented by local customary law
legislative system: unicameral Parliament (Fale I Fono), also called House of Assembly
judicial system: eight Island Courts; High Court
religion: Church of Tuvalu (Congregationalist) 97%
death row:
year of last executions: 0-0-0
death sentences: 0
executions: 0
international treaties on human rights and the death penalty:

Convention on the Rights of the Child


situation:
No execution has been carried out since independence was declared in 1978.
On December 19, 2016, Tuvalu voted again in favour of the Resolution on a Moratorium on the Use of the Death Penalty at the UN General Assembly, but did not cosposnored the text as in previous time.

 

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