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Document ASA 01/029/2011
A Taiwanese man, Chiou Ho-shun, is in imminent danger of execution. He was sentenced to death in 1989 after an unfair trial. On 25 August, the Prosecutor General ...
Urgent Action ASA 38/004/2011
In this open letter Amnesty International expresses deep concern over the Supreme Court's recent confirmation of the death sentence for Chiou Ho-shun and to urges ...
Open Letter ASA 38/003/2011
Taiwan must halt the use of the death penalty, Amnesty International said today, after the death sentence was confirmed in the country's longest-running criminal ...
Chiou Ho-shun, who has been detained for 23 years, is now on death row facing execution following the rejection of his appeal by the Supreme Court.
28 July 2011 - For immediate Release. Taiwan confirms another death sentence ignoring the global trend. On 28 July by the Taiwanese ...
Public Statement ASA 38/002/2011
The executions come four weeks after President Ma Ying-jeou formally apologised for the execution of an innocent man in 1997.
Amnesty International has condemned the execution of five men in Taiwan on 4 March 2011.
The Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network (ADPAN) says the latest executions of five men in Taiwan on 4 March 2011 calls into question the Taiwan government's stated ...
Document ASA 38/001/2011