EUROPEAN DIGNITARIES VISIT BARBADOS TO REVIEW DEATH PENALTY

{IMAGE VIA - telegraph.co.uk} Baroness Patricia Scotland (fea.) and Madame Ruth Dreifuss are visiting Barbados on Monday 11 March to discuss issues around the death penalty in Barbados.

{IMAGE VIAtelegraph.co.uk} Baroness Patricia Scotland (fea.) and Madame Ruth Dreifuss are visiting Barbados on Monday 11 March to discuss issues around the death penalty in Barbados.

To this end, they will meet a range of Government Ministers and senior legal contacts. They will also appear on “Mornin’ Barbados.”

In the evening, they will attend a reception to mark Commonwealth Day in the company of H.E. the Governor General and Lady Belgrave, and members of the Royal Commonwealth Society, which is being held at the Residence of the British High Commissioner. His Excellency will read the Queen’s Commonwealth Day message at the reception.

{IMAGE VIA - icomdp.org} Baroness Scotland, who was born in Dominica, was formerly Attorney General of England and Wales in the Labour administration and is a member of the UK’s All Party Parliamentary Group on the Abolition of the Death Penalty.  Mme Dreifuss (fea.) is a Commissioner with the International Commission against the Death Penalty and a former President of Switzerland.

{IMAGE VIA icomdp.org} Baroness Scotland, who was born in Dominica, was formerly Attorney General of England and Wales in the Labour administration and is a member of the UK’s All Party Parliamentary Group on the Abolition of the Death Penalty. Mme Dreifuss (fea.) is a Commissioner with the International Commission against the Death Penalty and a former President of Switzerland.

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