The execution of an execution in Qatar for the first time in twenty years

Qatar has executed a Nepali after being found guilty of murder, Amnesty International said Wednesday, resuming the death penalty after a 20-year hiatus.

The London-based non-governmental human rights organization stated in its 2020 report on the death penalty, which was published on Wednesday, that the implementation of this sentence took place last May.

The authorities of Qatar, which host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, refused to immediately comment on this announcement.

However, foreign embassies in Doha protested to the Qatari authorities after this execution, which took place after the victim's family refused to pardon the convict, according to diplomatic sources.

Amnesty said that in May Qatar resumed executions after it carried out a death sentence against a Nepalese man.

The organization indicated that the number of death sentences in Qatar increased from two in 2019 to four in 2020.

It indicated that the last known execution in Qatar was in the year 2000.

The Himalayan Times reported that Anil Choudary, who worked at a car wash station, was convicted of killing a Qatari with a knife.

 

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