Korean bishops join in call to abolish capital punishment
Catholic World News - December 31, 2010
The Catholic bishops of Korea have joined in a call for the abolition of the death penalty.
Although South Korea has not carried out a death penalty since 1997, and the country is listed by Amnesty International as an “abolitionist in practice,” there are still 61 prisoners on death row, theoretically awaiting execution.
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