capital punishment Australia Changes its Position on the Death penalty On 16 February 2003 the Australian PM said in a Sunday morning television interview that the Bali bombers should be dealt with in accordance with Indonesian law. and if [the death penalty] is what the law of Indonesia provides, well, that is how things should proceed. thither wont be any protest from Australia. In early March 2003 the PM told US television that he would welcome the death penalty for Osama Bin Laden. I retrieve everybody would, Mr Howard said.
 In response to these comments: "Foreign Minister Alexander ataractic said Australia would not intervene if bin Laden was to be executed. I personsally have never supported the death penalty buit int he case of Osama bin Laden, I dont think that too galore(postnominal) an(prenominal) years would be shed if he was executed, bearing in mind all the people hes responsible for killing."  These comments mark a significant change in Australias attitude ...If you embarrass to get a full essay, order it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com
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