Death Penalty Should Not Be Abolished in China

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The death penalty shouldn’t be abolished in China Death penalty is one of the oldest punishments in the world, it means end of criminal’s life by law. Nowadays, the issue of whether the death penalty should be abolished in China is still a controversial topic. Many people think death penalty is a bad way to punishment criminals because this method violates humanitarianism and it’s also a bit cruel. Besides, two of third countries in the world have abolished it. So many people say our country should do the same thing. However, in China, the death penalty is essential.The penalty has reason for its existence on national condition, legal system and human nature. First of all, China has very complex national condition. As we all known, China has the largest population in the world, and people have many different nations, as well as different religions. These factors decide that our country should have a severe legal measures to control social order from basic. People afraid of the death penalty, so the vast majority of them won’t commit crimes. But if our government abolished the death penalty, what will happen? Recently, Kunming train station accident causes a big social unrest, if the criminals won’t be executed, the same thing may happen from time to time. What’s more, murders maybe happen every day, the corruption perhaps become more and more serious…If so, who can protect us? How could we make our daily life normally? Many people may say, by 2009 there are 92 countries in the world have abolished the death penalty (Baidu Encyclopedia) and majority of them have a stable and peaceful society. Of course, it’s true. But we can see the most of these countries are developed countries, especially in Europe. They... ... middle of paper ... ... humiliated. In the prison, criminals have no freedom. And dead penalty is a way to end it all. Thirdly, because China's population is too large and national quality is a little low. This method can become an alarm bell in people’s heart, and has benefit to maintain social order. The death penalty is a good system of constraints on their behavior. Therefore, the death penalty shouldn’t be abolished in today’s China. In conclusion, although the death penalty has some defects, we can reform it to make it become more suitable for our society. However, as there are so many complex factors, the death penalty shouldn’t be abolished in China. Works Cited http://wenku.baidu.com/linkurl=sZ464U03JZiMNrmVKJxXIrVdpDwoK5g3kKQAXYkn2Niles5mtsmRxpa52Ho98JlbxBfyUAcn7SM45zmZWazwYjZ6JvuCMrIg4cpEVMBVMIy http://bbs.0516k.com/thread-999531-1-1.html

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