Capital punishment in Aeia

Status Country Year of last execution Executions Last Year Year abolished Method of Execution Notes
Abolitionist  Ajerrin 2003 n/a 2003 Lethal injection or Firing Squad Capital punishment was made illegal when The People's Constitution was ratified by all states in 2003.
Retentionist  Aleia 1981 0 n/a Firing squad Although Aleia still retains capital punishment for high treason and war crimes, no execution has taken place since 1981, and a moratorium is effectively in place. There are however still 11 prisoners currently on Aleian death row, with the most recent felon incarcerated in 1999.
Retentionist  Aramas 2017 297 n/a Crucifixion, Firing Squad Whilst abolished under the First Republic, capital punishment was reintroduced during the first Puli dictatorship, with the practice of crucifixion being a notable new addition. Whilst the practice was initially only used sporadically, the recent civil war has seen a heavy increase in the number of executions.
Retentionist  Ashihara 2019 Unknown n/a Firing Squad Capital punishment is constitutionally limited to be the sentence for treason, sedition, rape, murder, espionage and imperialist collaboration. The Ashiharan government does not report the number of executions, and the closed nature of the country makes accurate estimates extremely hard to come by.
Retentionist Marensoald Batisuria 2018 76 n/a Guillotine, Firing Squad Capital punishment in Marensoald is reserved for cases of violent or repeat sexual crimes, homicide, and treason. The status of Capital Punishment has become contentious in recent years, especially in the Union of Matav, as the act of execution outside of war is seen as a mortal sin by many adherents of Mashahism in the nation.
Retentionist  Brilliania 2018 7 n/a Firing squad Capital punishment is legal according to the Brillian constitution. It is used for cases of murder and violent sexual misconduct, although the constitution states it may also be used for drug trafficking or treason.
Abolitionist  Crylante 1949 n/a 1951 Smothering Capital punishment was deemed unconstitutional by the Court for National Justice in 1951, stating it went against the Bill of Rights.
Abolitionist  Cuirpthe 1947 n/a 1963 Lethal Injection Capital punishment was deemed a breach of human rights by the National Court of Cuirpthe on January 8th, 1963.
Abolitionist Template:Country data Elhazia 1948 n/a 1955 Shooting Constitutional ban
Abolitionist  Goulong 2001 n/a 2001 Firing Squad, lethal injection Capital punishment was legal up until 2001 when the process was ruled unconstitutional by the High Court, as it violated Section I of the Goulongese Constitution, which grants citizens the "right to life".
Abolitionist  Hytekia 1997 n/a 2009 Lethal injection Capital punishment was abolished during the first session of the 5th National Assembly in 2009. Previously, capital punishment was mainly used for treasonous crimes.
Abolitionist  Isolaprugna 1966 n/a 1967 Lethal injection Capital punishment was made illegal upon independence.
Retentionist Template:Country data Ikanisia 1989 0 n/a Firing Squad Officially, Ikan law states that capital punishment may be applied in circumstances of terrorism, drug trafficking, homicide or rape. However no executions have taken place in decades. Despite this, high ranking government officials continue to affirm that the death penalty will not be abolished.
Retentionist 20px Kavalerilant 2017 5 n/a Hanging, firing squad Kavaler Royal Law permits capital punishment for rape, murder, and treason.
Abolitionist  Mardin Isles 1974 n/a 1980 Hanging, firing squad Made illegal under the Justice Reform Law, 1980.
Abolitionist  Mascylla 1951 n/a 1951 Hanging, lethal injection, beheading Made illegal under the definition of the Grand Constitution in 1951.
Retenionist  Midrasia 1975 0 n/a Guillotine, Firing Squad Whilst capital punishment has been all but abolished by convention, it is still retained for acts of treason; though in reality such crimes regularly only carry a life sentence. Capital punishment is however retained within the military code.
Retentionist  Motsvara 1984 0 n/a Firing Squad Capital Punishment, while not having been committed since 1984, is still the punishment for acts of high treason against the state as well as the most major crimes.
Retentionist Template:Country data Naharin 2018 57 n/a Firing squad, Hanging Capital punishment is a mainstay of the Naharine justice system, a practice that has continued under the Republic. While under the monarchy the death penalty was used for religious and political purposes, the Republic has used it primarily for the suppression of dissent, elimination of old regime officials, and for punishing high-level criminals. It is officially permitted for the crimes of Rape, mass murder and treason.
Retentionist  Nordhurlant 2018 3 n/a Firing squad, Lethal injection Capital punishment is reserved for high crimes such as murder, rape, and most famously dissent against the government. The government tries to cover up the number of executions for fear of international sanctions, and the number is heavily under reported.
Abolitionist  Onza 1977 n/a 1978 Lethal injection Abolished by Congress in 1978 after a high-profile, botched execution resulted in an extended, painful death for convicted murderer Abd Al-Shirah.
Abolitionist  Ovandera 2012 n/a 2015 Firing Squad Abolished by by popular vote of the the Communist Party in 2017
 Tudonia 2019 17 n/a Firing Squad Capital punishment is the highest possible penalty in Tudonia according to the Tudonian Constitution. It is a possible punishment for murder, rape, terrorism, torture, or another crime deemed to similarily severe.