Capital Punishment in Sweden

Capital punishment in Sweden was practiced up until 1910. It is now outlawed by the Swedish Constitution which clearly states that capital punishment, corporal punishment, and torture are strictly prohibited.

Read more about Capital Punishment In Sweden:  Dates For Abolishment of The Death Penalty, Titles, Number of Executions During 1800-1866, 1867-1921, Attitude Towards Capital Punishment in The General Public

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Capital Punishment In Sweden - Attitude Towards Capital Punishment in The General Public
... The support for capital punishment in Sweden varies between 30-40% ... young males, but no age group shows a majority in favor of capital punishment ...

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