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    • The Death Penalty in Japan: A Practice Unworthy of a Democracy
      文件 出版者 Fédération internationale des ligues des droits de l'homme2003
      Despite the Japanese Federation of Bar Associations’ efforts towards improving the defence system, Japanese prisoners - especially those sentenced to death - do not receive a fair trial. The Daiyo Kangoku practice is one amongst several practices which allows suspects to be detained in police stations for 23 days, contravening the rules of a fair trial. Confessions, which can be obtained through strong pressure, give police the basis for accusation. Furthermore, the conditions on death row themselves amount to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatments: Once the death sentence has been delivered, the prisoner is held in solitary confinement. Detainees have extremely limited contact with families and lawyers and meetings are closely monitored. Above all, prisoners live with the constant fear of never knowing if today will be their last day. The prisoner is informed that the execution will take place on the very same day, and family members are notified the following day.
      Sharon Hom Etienne Jaudel Richard Wild / Fédération internationale des ligues des droits de l'homme
      日本 (亚太地区)
      同时位于 法语, 日语
      文件类型 : Text

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