di Pablo “Pibe” Ruiz #Botswana twitter@gaiaitaliacom #LGBTI
According to HRW’s daily briefs Botswana deciminalizes homosexuality after a High Court’s ruling that scrapped the country’s anti-gay laws and rejected the imposition of up to seven years in prison for same-sex relationships, because they are unconstitutional.
It’s another enourmous change for African LGBTI people after a similar constitutional challenge in Kenya last month: “Private morality should not be the concern of the law.”
#Botswana‘s ruling today to decriminalize #homosexual sex is a refreshing nod to human dignity, privacy, and equality. “Private morality should not be the concern of the law.” For more gems from the courtroom, follow @CaineYoungman. pic.twitter.com/MCgCQvSOND
— Neela Ghoshal (@NeelaGhoshal) 11 giugno 2019
(11 giugno 2019)
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