Only the countries of Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan carry out such executions. Despite the majority of countries having abolished capital punishment, over 60% of the world’s population live in China, India, Indonesia, and the United States of America, the four most populated countries in the world, where death penalty is retained. In the past, capital punishment was practiced by most societies to punish criminals and political or religious dissidents. Torture often accompanied the death sentence, and executions usually took place in public. The execution methods used were quite violent, gruesome, and painful for the convicted individual.
His thoughts have been praised for its practicality, clarity and modernity. His writings on best form of government were first seen as a threat to not only the state but also to religion as he promoted monarchy- a rule by a single person. But his writings have helped the catholic churches face the struggles throughout the ages and make revolutions. St. Thomas’s influence grew stronger over time and his thoughts were used to develop theologies and helped in the formation of various
Latin America and the Caribbean, and Oceania have the lowest number of low birth weight infants, with 1.2 million and 27,000, respectively.10 According to a study by the Ministry of Health of the Union Government, 30 per cent of the infants born in India were Low Birth Weight Babies, 10 per cent were less than 2 kg, three per cent weighed less than 1.5 kg, and 0.7 per cent weighed less than one kg. The mortality rate among the low birth weight babies is unacceptably very high. As mothers, mostly in rural areas are illiterate so they are not utilizing the healthcare facilities which are available in the hospital so this leads to intra-uterine growth retardation and then low birth weight
So why will they not help them? The inequality kills people, and it goes all the way back to apartheid, where 80% of all the land was controlled by whites. It is not only in South Africa the inequality takes place, while there are 196 countries in the world only 25 of them, are considered “rich”, that means that over 87% of all countries are poor, and some of them, like Zimbabwe for example, are very poor, that is too many in today’s world. One of the main reasons why South Africa keeps being poor, is because of
Malaria is a hazard for 97% of Nigeria's populace. The rest of the 3% of the populace live in the malaria free good countries. There is commonly about a hundred million malaria cases with over three hundred thousand dying each yeah in Nigeria. This contrasts and two hundred and fifteen deaths for every year in Nigeria from HIV/AIDS. Malaria adds to an expected eleven percent of maternal mortality.
In addition most of the population still lack of shelter, access to clean water and food. As we know, Haiti is located on the joint of North American Plate. This result in earthquakes epicenter near Haiti , due to the sliding of the Caribbean and North AMerican Plates in opposite directions which causes cause pressure builds between the two plates. Over two millions houses were destroyed during the earthquake on 12 January 2010 (Amnesty International,2014). Victims still have to face the on going problems, government of Haiti gave no support to the people, more than 20% of the victims still left homeless.According to CNN report the Haitian Government had estimated the number of people who identified as dead between 217,000 to 230,000.Moreover, around 300,000 people were injured and 1,000,000 people were homeless.
These causes lead to many effects and will end in dire consequences if we don’t help these unfortunate beings. We, the fortunate dwellers of America, can help these people in many ways, but first, let’s look at their problem. Poverty in Africa increases dramatically leading into the 21st century, due to a few root causes. African native people own very little land compared to those descendants of European race (IRIN). According to IRIN’s 2005 report, these people of European descent own about 82% of all arable land in South Africa.
Clearly computer systems can assist with all these aspects, but they require clarity of meaning and soundness of reasoning: hence the importance of logic for law. In the early days of the application of logic to the law there were some simplistic expectations: that it would be enough to represent the law as a logical theory and to deduce the consequences of that theory. This view proved too narrow, for the reasons we will discuss in this paper. We will identify some key uses of logic in law, by briefly describing some prominent historical work, mentioning some key papers reflecting the state of the art and finally pointing to some of the main current issues which we hope will be
The solution must be found keeping in mind the present social needs as well as the wisdom of the past. • Jurisprudence is often said to be “the grammar of law”. It throws light on the basic principles of law. • It helps in the accurate interpretation of law by ascertaining the accurate meanings of laws passed by legislators. This is of great help to lawyers and judges.
That is to say that although there are benefits derived a written constitution, there are also problems and difficulties affecting the country. The advantages are the written constitution possesses the attribute of certainty, clarity, and accessibility. Therefore having the written constitution in a country which s codified in a document, powers, duties and roles of the public, the political officers, the citizens and the foreigners are clearly identified. This written constitution can be easily accessible by all in the country. The laws of the country using a written constitution are determinable.