Capital punishment in the Republic of Macedonia

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Capital punishment in the Republic of Macedonia is prohibited by its Constitution.

The 1991 (amended in 2001) Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia at Art. 10 states:[1]

"The human right to life is irrevocable. The death penalty shall not be imposed on any grounds whatsoever in the Republic of Macedonia."

Macedonia is a member of the Council of Europe. It has also signed and ratified Protocol no.13.

Executions since 1959[edit]

Source: SPSK Database

Executed person Gender Date of sentence Date of execution Place of execution Crime Method
Ismail Tairi Male 1969 1969 Skopje murder firing squad
Miljaim Ćaili Male 23 October 1974 1977 Skopje double murder

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