Capital Punishment in Romania

Capital punishment in Romania was abolished in 1989, and has been prohibited by the Constitution of Romania since 1991.

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Capital Punishment In Romania - Romania Since 1989
... some Romanians saw this as a way for former Communists to escape punishment and demanded reinstatement of the death penalty in a series of protests in January 1990 ... On 27 February 1991, Romania ratified the Second Optional Protocol to the International Covenant (Law nr ... Romania is also subject to the European Convention on Human Rights (since May 1994) and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (since January 2007), both abolitionist documents ...

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