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EU calls for moratorium on death penalty

WATCH: The European Union has once again pleaded with the government of Botswana to impose a moratorium on the death penalty saying the practice is outdated. They also say the EU never imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe.

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  1. Moroka M Bogosi

    12/07/2022 at 09:01

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  2. Omphemetse Nancy Dunaiski

    12/07/2022 at 12:04

    what! No sir, we can’t change human behavior and we are not ready to be slaughtered like that, we need our peace and if one is a human being they can’t kill another unless the killing is a mistake, we don’t want to live under the dark shadows of murderers but under the freedom, why kill another human and you still want to be part of humanity? No, death penalty must stay and even if it’s me who turns into a murderer I must just go out of planet earth where other humans found refuge

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