Repeal "Preventing the Execution of Innocents"
The majority of provisions in GA 443 have been superseded by GA 535 "Death Penalty Ban" and GA 545 "Military Death Penalty Ban", excellent resolutions which together prohibit the death penalty in its entirety. The remainder, however, are not so obsolete as the repeal claims.
P Innocents, among other things, prevents member nations from exerting undue influence on defence counsel to misrepresent clients. This is necessary to ensure fair trials and stop wrongful, especially politically motivated, convictions. Moreover, P Innocents also stops people from being removed from World Assembly jurisdiction to face charges which break World Assembly law. Member nations should not be permitted to bus people they dislike to an off-shore island or some black site in some non-WA country so they can violate human rights.
Those provisions are emphatically not obsolete. And the rest of the target resolution also would become revived if GA 535 "Death Penalty Ban" and GA 545 "Military Death Penalty Ban" were repealed. For the same reason why the Assembly has chosen to have multiple resolutions blocking up what it views as fundamental rights, keeping this serves that exact purpose.
The WA Office therefore recommends a vote against Repeal "Preventing the execution of innocents".
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