Capital Punishment on Eurth

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The following is a summary of the use of capital punishment on Eurth by country.

  Capital punishment has been formally abolished by statute or constitution
  Capital punishment is abolished-in-practice
  Capital punishment is permitted for specific scenarios
  Capital punishment is legal

Active Nations

Key Country Year implemented Year of last execution Year abolished Notes
 Advocatius Since Founding 2019 N/A Capital Punishment is retained for acts of treason, terrorism, and other crimes against the state, as well as war crimes. It is most commonly performed as death by firing squad. In 1984 after the overthrow of dictator Charles Beaumont and the establishment of the current government, he was sentenced to death by naval firing, to which was carried out by the cruiser Rutland.
 Aurivizh 1964 2011 N/A Capital punishment is permitted for rare cases involving murder, rape and war crimes. Most of these crimes are usually still given life sentences, rather than execution. However, in rare cases in which the convicted has admitted that it was planned, the convicted is given a death sentence. The last carried out execution was in 2011, where Ewen M. was executed for the double murder of Arzhur and Gwennez Ar Moal. However, on the 6th of February, the death sentence was given out to Yann O. and Nolwenne de S. for the assassination of Berac'h Hamon. Executuion is usually carried out by firing squad. -
 Dolchland Since Founding 2018 N/A Public execution is commonly used for those who have committed a grievous crime such as murder, sedition, treason, or rape. It is by far not the worst punishment available though, as rapists are often gelded and others have been lobotomised and turned into docile slaves before.
 Florentia Since Founding 2023 1912 (Saint-Isidore) Capital punishment legislation rely to states, but it is permitted in all of them except in most of the Federal Republic of Saint-Isidore. Capital punishement is permitted for the following crimes : murder, drug trafficking, treason, revolutionnary activities, warcrimes, outrage to public decency, degratation of a confederal flag. Depending on the state, capital punishement can also be permitted to punish the disobedience of a slave, homosexuality, heresy, slavery practices, pedophilia, rapes, demonstrations, disrespect of a high governement official, and counterrevolutionnary activities. It is always performed by guillotine.
 Fulgistan Since Founding 2015 2020 Retained for treason, terrorism, and other crimes against the state, as well as crimes committed during wartime. Set to be abolished by 2020.
 Hemahat Since Founding 2017 N/A Capital Punishment is considered a valid punishment for treason and murder. However, only exceptional cases are actually given the death penalty, particularly cases with high amounts of publicity. The majority of the convicted are instead sentenced to life imprisonment.
 Hisera Since Founding 2016 2016 Capital Punishment was made illegal in Hisera with the Revision of the Punishment of Death Act in 2016. Capital Punishment was historically prevalent throughout Hiseran History as a punishment for High Treason. The last person to recieve this punishment in Hisera was Marquinian-Collaborator Szimin Porek, who was executed on the 30th June 2016. The RPD Act was passed on the 1st of July 2016.
 Ionio Since Founding 1764 1764 Capital punishment was present in Ionio throughout the colonial period. With the founding of the Ionio state, the death penalty was abolished following the ideas of the Enlightenment
 Mahana Since Founding 1991 1992 Capital punishment in Mahana was prevalent throughout a majority of history, especially during the 20th century during the 'royal regime' which the family would use capital punishment to keep any opposition to their rule in line. However, it was not officially banned in constitution following the dissolution of the royal family but has not been used since Mahana became a republic in 1992.
 Poja 1900 2023 N/A Capital punishment is retained for acts of high treason, homicide, rape, and "gross crimes against minors" (e.g., kidnapping and imprisonment over significant periods of time where neglect, torture, and abuse are present). Capital punishment is also retained within the military for the same crimes in addition to mutiny or sedition. Civilians are executed by hanging while military personnel may be executed by hanging or firing squad.
 Seylos Since Founding 1964 1964 Capital punishment was abolished in 1964 following large scale protests of a brutal botched execution of a political prisoner.
 Stedoria Since Founding 2023 N/A Capital punishment is permitted for crimes such as drug trafficking, murder, rape, treason, counterrevolutionary activities, and other high-level crimes. The most common execution methods are the firing squad or guillotine. Executions typically happen in private; though if there is significant public outrage due to the nature of the crime, a judge may permit an execution to be carried in public in order for citizens to witness justice carried out.
 Sunset Sea Islands Since Founding 1947 1947 Capital punishment was abolished in 1947 following the liberation from the oppressive regime of Mat Troi Lan.
 Tagmatium Since Founding 683 683 Capital punishment was abolished on religious grounds in 683, with the idea that it prevented a victim's future repentance and return to the Light of Christ. Instead, the favoured punishment was blinding, usually through removal of the eyes, before being exiled to a religious institution. The act of blinding was not always non-fatal - sometimes intentionally so. This practice has become discontinued since Rule of the Admirals.
 Tarua 1947 1993 1994 Capital punishment was abolished by the 1994 democratic constitution.

Defunct Nations

Key Country Year implemented Year of last execution Year abolished Notes
 Cristina Since Founding ? N/A Capital punishment is permitted for cases involving murder, certain aggrivated drug-trafficking or firearms offenses.
 Littland Since Founding 1931 1965 Capital punishment was abolished following the adoption of the 1965 Constitution.
 Variota 1757 2016 N/A A law change in 1757 limited capital punishment to those that were found guilty of particularly heinous crimes such as piracy, terrorism, treason and large amounts of murder and/or rape, be they human or animal. Generally, however, these criminals are sentenced to max security 'werklaaghers', where they are forced to toil for the benefit of the entire nation, instead of receiving capital punishment as it is deemed a harsher punishment to work and live in prison until death.