Abolition of death penalty in Europe executioners left without work. The first time a veto on the death penalty imposed Portugal, 50 years old after their example was followed by Sweden and 20 years later joined with them to Denmark, then followed by Italy, Finland, Germany, Austria and end Spain and the UK of. Only on 18 September 1981, 14 years after Portugal, France, where was born the concept of human rights, abolished the death penalty. Three months after were deported to retire the last two French executioner, which marked the end this old profession.
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