Capital punishment used to be abolished for all crimes in Chad on April 28, 2020, following a unanimous vote through the Nationwide Meeting of Chad. Previous to 2020, Chad’s 003/PR/2020 “anti-terrorism” legislation maintained the loss of life penalty for terrorism-related offenses. Chad’s new penal code, which used to be followed in 2014 and promulgated in 2017, had abolished capital punishment for all different crimes.
Between 2003 and 2015, there have been no executions in Chad. Alternatively, the moratorium on executions used to be resulted in 2015, following an build up in terrorist assaults.