Listen to Mercer report Australia has ruled out taking Singapore to the International Court of Justice to stop its planned execution of an Australian drug smuggler. Australian Prime Minister John Howard says such a move could be counterproductive in the faltering bid to save the life of year-old Van Nguyen. Singapore, whose laws provide for a mandatory death sentence in serious drug cases, plans to hang the year-old Vietnamese-born Australian in nine days.
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Singapore, whose laws provide for a mandatory death sentence in serious drug cases, plans to hang the year-old Vietnamese-born Australian in nine days. Howard, on a visit to Afghanistan and Pakistan, said the ICJ had no jurisdiction in the case, as Singapore was doing nothing illegal. The prime minister also says he is unwilling to resort to trade or diplomatic sanctions against Singapore.
Howard has met with the condemned man's family, but has told them his government could do nothing to help. Van Nguyen was caught trafficking grams of heroin from Cambodia to Australia via Singapore in He told the police he was smuggling the drugs to help pay off his twin brother's debts. Australia has repeatedly pleaded for his life to be spared, on the grounds that he has no previous criminal convictions.
Canberra has also argued that he could help with investigations into drug syndicates if he were allowed to live. Afficher le statut prédéterminé disponible, occupé, absent, invisible, au téléphone Disposer d'une configuration personnelle, pour pouvoir sélectionner le nom et l'image de votre choix, entre autres options.
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