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United states, Colorado to abolish the death penalty: a free Parliament, controlled by the democrats
the DENVER - The Colorado will become the 22nd u.s. State to abolish the death penalty. Yesterday, it arrived via free definitive of the Parliament, controlled by the democrats, with the vote 38-27 to the Room, which sent the measure on governor's desk Jared Polis , who will sign it.

The law will apply from 1 July 2020, but will not have an impact on the fate of the three men on death row who will suffer the execution to lethal injection, including ra, where Nathan Dunlap, who killed four people in a restaurant 'Chuck E. Cheese' of the Aurora in 1993. The governor-dem Polis has already said that it could take into account the grace.

"All the demands of grace are important decisions that the governor will judge according to the merits of the individual," said the spokesman of the Polis, Conor Cahill. The members of the Colorado have repeatedly tried to abolish the death penalty since its restoration in 1979, but so far had not had success

The decision yesterday came after 11 hours of debate, the senators have discussed until late Monday, and again, very early, Tuesday. The abolition of the death penalty was much contested, in particular by the republican opposition. Short of arguments, a republican representative, Steve Humphrey, has read the Bible for almost 45 minutes. "I was impressed and moved by the witness and by the debates that we have heard," said the leader of the democratic majority, Alec Garnett. "I hope, in a society where the resources are for costs of rehabilitation, in the treatment of addiction, not in lethal injections," he said in a note to the local media.

The last execution in Colorado was in 1997 when Gary Lee Davis was killed by lethal injection for the kidnapping, rape and murder in 1986 of his neighbor, Virginia May.

last year there were registered 22 executions in the United States, concentrated in seven States, nearly everyone in the south is conservative and religious in the country, particularly in Texas, where there have been nine executions. The movements and designs of the laws for the repeal of the capital punishment begin to weigh also in Wyoming, Utah, and Ohio.

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