Amsterdam called on the Bahraini authorities to repeal the court rulings that executed two young Bahrainis, Muhammad Ramadan and Hussein Musa, who were convicted of killing a policeman nearly six years ago.
The Dutch Foreign Ministry, through its official account on "Twitter", today, Wednesday, "We repeat the call of the European Union to Manama to stop the execution of death sentences against Muhammad Ramadan and Hussein Musa."
She added: "We also call on the Bahraini authorities to halt executions in general, to alleviate all pending death sentences, and to work to abolish the death penalty article."
On July 13, the Bahraini Court of Cassation upheld the two previous rulings issued by the Criminal Court, to judge the execution of Ramadan and Moussa.
It is noteworthy that the Bahraini authorities arrested Hussein Musa, a hotel employee, on February 21, 2014, and Muhammad Ramadan on March 20, 2014, at Bahrain International Airport, where he works as a security element, on suspicion of killing a policeman with a bomb in the village of Deir, located in the northeast The Bahraini capital, Manama.
The criminal court sentenced the defendants to death for the murder of a policeman in 2014.