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The Malaysian government has it intends to the death penalty in a move that has been by human rights campaigners. Malaysia's Law Minister said: "The death penalty will be . Full stop." He added: "Since we are the sentence, all executions should not carried out." There are currently over 1,267 people on death row in Malaysia who are to win a reprieve. The law minister said prisoners on death row would be released or their sentences commuted. He said: "When , they would have to face life imprisonment because there had been several deaths that were caused by the offender and so they were to death."

Malaysia's decision was by Amnesty International. Its Secretary General Kumi Naidoo said: "Malaysia must now join the 106 countries who have their backs for good on the ultimate cruel, inhumane, degrading punishment. The world is ." Mr Naidoo added: "There is no time to . The death penalty should have been to the history books long ago. Malaysia's new government has to deliver on human rights, and today's announcement an encouraging sign, but much more needs to be ." There are still 23 countries that the death penalty. According to Amnesty International, there were 993 executions worldwide in 2017.

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