executions in the world:

In 2024


2000 to present



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


government: parliamentary democracy (since March 1993) that retains its chiefs of state in the form of a co-principality; the two princes are the President of France and Bishop of Seu d'Urgell, Spain
state of civil and political rights: Free
constitution: Andorra's first written constitution was drafted in 1991; adopted 14 March 1993
legal system: mixed legal system of civil and customary law with the influence of canon (religious) law; has not submitted an ICJ jurisdiction declaration
legislative system: unicameral General Council of the Valleys (Consell General de las Valls)
judicial system: Supreme Court of Justice of Andorra or Tribunal Superior de la Justicia d'Andorra (consists of the court president and 8 judges organized into civil, criminal, and administrative chambers); Constitutional Court or Tribunal Constitucional (consists of 4 magistrates); Tribunal of Judges or Tribunal de Batlles; Tribunal of the Courts or Tribunal de Corts
religion: Christian (predominantly Roman Catholic) 89.5%, other 8.8%, unaffiliated 1.7% (2020 est.)
death row:
year of last executions: 0-0-0
death sentences: 0
executions: 0
international treaties on human rights and the death penalty: