Why is Uganda attacking homosexuality? France condemns Uganda's proposed anti-gay lawPink News. Among those in attendance was United Kingdom UK -based evangelical preacher Paul Shinners who commended Uganda for the bill, saying it was a clear stand for God. The couple have been together for 12 years and are raising a five-year-old son. Read the Norwegian version of this article at forskning. He shows a photo of his children he keeps in his wallet:
The passing of AHA has given permission to a culture of extreme and violent homophobia whereby both state and non-state actors are free to persecute Uganda's LGBTI people with impunity.
Gay Ugandans face new threat from anti-homosexuality law
In Augustthe Ugandan cabinet decided unanimously that current laws making homosexuality illegal were sufficient. On 11 JanuaryUganda's Media Centre, a government-sponsored website, released a statement titled "Uganda is being judged too harshly", reacting to the worldwide media attention the country has received about the bill, stating that, in response to the negative press they have received, it is obvious that "Ugandans read Africans have no right to discuss and no right to sovereignty". We know who you are. An institution that conducts this type of marriage can have its licence cancelled. Retrieved 15 December An editorial in The Australiansaid, "It would be wrong
Order by newest oldest recommendations. Furthermore, the Act enables the Ugandan government to rescind international and regional commitments it deems outside of the interest of the Acts provisions. Retrieved 16 December The struggle will go on. Nicholas Opiyo, executive director of Chapter Four Uganda, which protects civil liberties and promotes human rights, added: He claimed that protests from western nations did not affect this decision.