Defined as the lawful infliction of death by the state as punishment for committing crimes, the death penalty, also known as capital punishment, may seem like an outdated, barbaric practice, especially in the context of the prevalence of human rights protection. In this article, I present various views on the use of capital punishment throughout history, as well as an analysis of its efficiency. 

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Referendum is a way of direct decision-making through which citizens express their opinion by voting, usually on the matter of accepting or rejecting a proposal of a legal act (e.g. Constitution or an ordinary law) or a political decision. As one of the most democratic tools, it provides citizens the opportunity to express their opinion directly.

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I endorse the Socratic views according to which justice is one of the most important gifts for humanity and that the respect that individuals are bind to give to laws represents each person’s main duty. Moreover, I would also state that this is not an obsolete approach for contemporary lawyers and law-makers, but a path that is continuously enriching itself.

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