Zimbabwe’s president says he is in favour of lifting moratorium in country where no one has been executed since 2005

Zimbabwe’s president, Robert Mugabe, has said he is in favour of resuming executions in the country in response to rising murder rates.

Capital punishment is on the statute book in Zimbabwe, but no one has been executed since 2005, when the country’s last hangman retired.

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