Anti-Homosexuality Law In Uganda: On the one hand, there is a debate on the rights of homosexuals in the world, on the other hand, strict anti-gay laws are being implemented in some countries. An African country has made such a law regarding LGBTQ that now there will be severe punishment for having homosexual relations there. That country is- Uganda.
According to news agency ANI, the government of Uganda has passed a strict law for same-sex relationships in the country, which criminalises anyone who identifies as LGBTQ. According to the report, this law is the first such penal law for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer, which has been passed by the Parliament of Uganda to punish Same-Sex Partners (LGBTQ).
More than 30 African countries ban homosexuality
Citing Human Rights Watch, Al Jazeera, an Arab channel, reported that more than 30 African countries have banned homosexuality, which now includes Uganda. “The bill passed in record time,” parliamentary speaker Anita Annett said after the final vote on legislation banning homosexuality in Uganda, Al Jazeera reported. The law would prohibit same-sex relationships as well as promoting homosexual behavior and intent to participate in homosexual activity.
Homosexuality can lead to life imprisonment
The law passed in Uganda is reported to have harsher penalties for offenders, and in addition, violations of the law can result in death for so-called “acute” homosexuality and life imprisonment for same-sex sex. Is. According to the law, aggravated homosexuality includes, among other things, having a homosexual relationship with a minor or when a person is HIV positive.
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