Abolishment of the Death Penalty
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This paper examines the morality and ethics of capital punishment, further considering Canada's stance on the death penalty. According to the paper, Canada does not have capital punishment since it was abolished in 1976. The paper further argues that the death penalty is not a justified policy in Canada as it has ethical, moral implications. In addition capital punishment would give the government the right to take away lives, which is a power it should not have.
From the Paper:"Capital punishment is debated today even though the death penalty was abolished by Canadian parliament in 1976. The debate arises because the proponents of the death penalty believe that capital punishment will decrease crime and those that oppose it believe that it is not justified to impose death on another human being for punishment. This paper will discuss why capital punishment is not justified in Canada and how the current political and parliamentary systems should be maintained. Capital punishment is not a justifiable policy because it is not a deterrent, the state does not have the right to take life and the..."
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