ing the debate at the international level on whether a country should have capital punishment fall into three broad categories, the morality of the death penalty, the inhuman nature of the death penalty, and the issue of the fairness of the judicial process. Many view the debate, which has left the world evenly divided on the issue, as a waste of effort unlikely to change strongly held views. However, with a closer examination of the opinions of elites in various countries and their influence on policy, one cant help but conclude that the weight of the arguments against capital punishment are dramatically shifting the momentum towards having governments around the world abolish or severely limit the use of the death penalty.
The death penalty is validating due to one of the most important traditional thoughts which is retribution. “An eye for an eye” can express the unacceptable anger of victim’s family towards the homicides. The reason why a certain group of people believe that tooth for tooth because of the differentiate culture and values. The most populous country in the world, China, executes numerous people the past of thousands year just derived from an execution can brought closure to the trial for the victims family. As a matter of fact, there were 3400 people received the capital sentence in 2005 which was 90 percent of the total number of sentenced people globally.
Importantly, however, the death penalty is much economical than its closest alternative -- life imprisonment with no parole. It is hard to set money aside for governments by using long term of sentence for prisoners who will spend the rest of their lives in jail. For this, the reason is that a great punishment will occupy 1.3 million dollars per case which is less than half as a thirty-year sentence. The death penalty should continue because it does not discriminate against the poor. Supporters argue that there is no excuse for inhuman behavior; society has no choice but to protect