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Singapore has executed a woman for the first time in nearly two decades » Singaporean national Saridewi Djamani, 45, was convicted in 2018 of trafficking over 30 grams of heroin. She is first woman to be hanged since 2004.

Singapore: Execution Spree Raises Rights Concerns » Singapore’s government resumed executions and pressured activists and lawyers handling death row cases in 2022.

Pending Execution Highlights Singapore’s Failures on Disability Rights » When Singapore ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) in 2013, it committed to protect the rights of the more than quarter-million people with disabilities in the city-state. However, the case of Nagaenthran Dharmalingam, sentenced to death for a nonviolent drug offense, has highlighted Singapore’s failure to make those rights a legal reality.

Singapore: Stop two imminent and unlawful executions for drug trafficking   » In response to news that two executions for drug-related offences have been set to take place on Wednesday 26 July and Friday 28 July, Amnesty International’s death penalty expert Chiara Sangiorgio said:    “It is unconscionable that authorities in Singapore continue to cruelly pursue more executions in the name of drug control. There is no […]

Singapore Announces Plans to Execute More Death-Sentenced Prisoners Convicted of Non-Violent Drug Offenses » Human rights advocates are criticizing the Singapore government’s plan to execute more death-sentenced prisoners convicted of non-violent drug offenses.…

My response to Singapore's Home Affairs Minister on the death penalty | Virgin » I feel compelled to speak out when I see things go as horribly wrong as Singapore’s use of the death penalty

Man sentenced to death in Singapore on Zoom call » A judge in Singapore has sentenced a man to death via a Zoom video-call for his role in a drug deal, one of just two known cases where a capital punishment verdict has been delivered remotely.

Malaysian man sentenced to death in Singapore via Zoom call » Punithan Genasan, a 37-year-old Malaysian, received the sentence for his role in a 2011 heroin transaction.

Singapore: OHCHR calls on authorities to halt imminent trafficking execution » The Spokesperson for UN human rights office OHCHR, on Tuesday urged the Government of Singapore to “urgently reconsider” carrying out the execution of a man convicted for allegedly using his phone to coordinate the trafficking of cannabis.

Singapore executes man for trafficking two pounds of cannabis | CNN » A Singaporean man convicted of trying to traffic around 2.2 pounds of cannabis was executed on Wednesday, a sentence lambasted by rights groups and campaigners for its severity at a time when many other nations, including neighboring countries, have adopted a more lenient approach towards drugs and capital punishment.


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