Some Ugandan MPs Continue Efforts To Criminalize Homosexuality Despite Previous Law Being Annulled

The Guardian: Gay Ugandans face new threat from anti-homosexuality law
“…Despite being annulled by the country’s constitutional court on a technicality last summer, MPs haven’t given up on attempts to further criminalize homosexuality. According to a leaked draft, a new law is in the making. … It not only curbs acts of homosexuality, but also the ‘promotion’ of it…” (Houttuin, 1/6).

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