Tangaraju Suppiah’s case highlights the controversial and divisive issue of capital punishment, especially for drug-related offenses. Despite pleas for mercy and legal challenges, Singapore remains one of the few countries in the world that continues to impose the death penalty.
Singapore’s death penalty proceeds
Such punishments have been widely criticized by human rights advocates and legal experts. The case also underscores the disparities and inconsistencies in drug policies across different countries.
Drugs like cannabis are increasingly decriminalized or even legalized for medicinal and recreational use in some parts of the world. However, in others, such as Singapore, it remains strictly prohibited and punishable by death.
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