Yet notwithstanding this, the correlation between the use of judicial execution
and the political and civil freedom of a country is unmistakable.
The committee said that the probe would help disclose the facts and that the Rangers personnel were abetting the plain-clothed officials in extra judicial execution
of the MQM workers.
MANILA, March 25 Kyodo A Philippine court on Thursday scheduled for May 28 the country's second judicial execution
since the death penalty was brought back in 1994.
The court was passing directions in a PIL filed in 2012 by the Extra Judicial Executions
Victims' Families Association seeking a " probe into 1,528 fake encounter killings in Manipur in the last two decades" by armed forces and Manipur Police.
I READ with interest the letter written by Mr Jack Fletcher in the edition of September 16, dealing with judicial executions
of British soldiers during the First World War.
The last known judicial executions
in Libya were carried out by the Gaddafi regime in 2010, when at least 18 death sentences were implemented.
AI said that at least 676 judicial executions
are known to have been carried out around the world in 2011, excluding China--where there are reportedly thousands every year--up from 527 a year earlier.
11) The name given by the government and the army to this type of extra- judicial executions
China is responsible for more judicial executions
than the rest of the world put together, including Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Alleged extra judicial executions
, arbitrary arrests and numerous reports of torture have also taken place, it says in the report.