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[Opinion] For African nations, capital punishment is a grim colonial legacy that lingers on | Dior Konaté

On the World Day Against the Death Penalty, the tide is turning in west Africa against this tool of colonial repression and racismIn July, Sierra Leone became the 23rd African country to abolish the death penalty.
[Opinion] For African nations, capital punishment is a grim colonial legacy that lingers on | Dior Konaté
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For African nations, capital punishment is a grim colonial legacy that lingers on | Dior Konaté

On the World Day Against the Death Penalty, the tide is turning in west Africa against this tool of colonial repression and racismIn July, Sierra Leone became the 23rd African country to abolish the death penalty. Although its use across the continent has dwindled – thanks to concerted efforts from human rights organisations and governments – the death penalty remains on many more countries’ statute books due to its strong colonial legacy.During…

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