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Following the recent execution of Patrick Gabaankanye, in Gaborone, Botswana, the European Union recalls its opposition to the use of capital punishment which can never be justified.
 
The European Union believes that the death penalty is a cruel and inhumane punishment and has consistently called for its universal abolition. Experience worldwide has demonstrated that the death penalty fails to act as a deterrent to crime.
 

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Article 8 of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement (between the European Union and the African, Caribbean and Pacific States) establishes a regular and comprehensive political dialogue leading to commitments on both sides. The Dialogue was formally launched in June 2012

The Government of Sierra Leone officially launches Le214 Billion Moyamba-Moyamba Junction roads project funded by the European Union

The European Union Delegation issues the following statement in agreement with the EU Heads of Mission in Kenya. This statement is also jointly issued with the Heads of Mission of the United States of America, Norway, Canada and Australia.

WHO - 69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - Agenda item 13.2: Health in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

WHO - 69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - EU Intervention: Health in the 2030 Agenda

WHO - 69th World Health Assembly (23-28 May 2016) - Agenda item 13.4: Multisectoral action for a life course approach to healthy ageing: draft global strategy and plan of action on ageing and health

"The engagement by representatives of both Government and opposition in Arusha opens the way to a credible dialogue amongst all Burundian stakeholders.  President Mkapa's personal engagement as facilitator and his commitment to protect the principles of the Arusha Agreements were critical to achieve this.
 

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