AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA
Amnesty International has extensive experience in submitting amicus curiae briefs and other third-party submissions in international and national courts to assist them in resolving fundamental questions of international law. This brief demonstrates that the use of the death penalty in the Republic of Korea, a country that has not carried out any executions since 1997 and which Amnesty International regards as abolitionist in practice, constitutes a violation of human rights as guaranteed under the Constitution of the Republic of Korea (Articles 10, 34.(1) 37(1) and 37(2)) and international law and standards.
[국문 보러가기] 사형제도 폐지에 대하여 대한민국 헌법재판소에 제출하는 국제앰네스티 법률의견서