Capital Punishment on Eurth

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

Key Country Year implemented Year of last execution Year abolished Notes
 Faramount 1963 2019 N/A Faramount routinely uses capital punishment against dissidents and insurgents, ignoring constitutional provisions severely limiting the death penalty.
 Derthalen 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.
 Rihan Since Founding 2017 N/A The Rihan Republic has had capital punishment since the founding of the state and was a regular occurrance even beforehand. Some high-degree crimes are punishable with death. The Praetor, in their capacity as the nation's highest judicial official, is the individual with the authority to execute convicted persons.
 Seylos Since Founding 1964 1964 Capital punishment was abolished in 1964 following large scale protests of a brutal botched execution of a political prisoner.
 Mauridiviah 1989 2018 N/A Capital punishment was briefly abolished in 1988, but it was reinstated as a non-constitutional provision in the Compromise of 1989. Before this, every predecessor state has employed capital punishment in hinterlands. Capital punishment is retained for persons who have murdered more than 3 people or killed less than 3 people in really awful manners. Treason is still punishable by death although not many people have been executed for treason excluding the insurgents of the Sitian Liberation Army. Execution is the most common sentence for war crimes, terrorism, and crimes against humanity.
 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.
 Limonaia Since Founding 1976 N/A Capital punishment is retained solely for being used for war crimes and treason against the state.
 Sunset Sea Islands Since Founding 1947 1947 Capital punishment was abolished in 1947 following the liberation from the oppressive regime of Mat Troi Lan.
 Cristina Since Founding ? N/A Capital punishment is permitted for cases involving murder, certain aggrivated drug-trafficking or firearms offenses.
 Oyus Since Founding 1938 1940 Capital punishment was abolished in 1940 after 2 years of protests against the then democratic government of Oyus after the rare execution of an inmate, who was sentenced 15 years prior.
 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.
 Sylvet Since Founding 1923 1924 Capital punishment was abolished shortly after Karl Romano was proven innocent after he had been executed for serial murder.
 Bulgenstaz Since Founding 2006 N/A Executions are exclusive to prisoners serving life sentences who refuse to work appointed prison jobs for over 5 years at any time. This system was set in place to reduce government expenditures on life prisoners and is not used as a formal sentence in court. Prisoners serving life sentences may receive the sentence if the prisoner is deemed unfit for work by the People's Supreme Court.