Ugandan MPs pass bill imposing death penalty for homosexuality
Uganda passes strict anti-homosexuality law, to criminalise those identifying as LGBTQ
Uganda has passed strict legislation for homosexual relationships in the country which criminalises anyone identifying as LGBTQ, Al Jazeera reported on Wednesday. This law could be the first to criminalise identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer because Uganda's parliament just passed comprehensive anti-gay legislation that imposes harsh new punishments for same-sex partnerships (LGBTQ).
Uganda passes a law making it a crime to identify as LGBTQ
Uganda's parliament passed a law on Tuesday making it a crime to identify as LGBTQ, handing authorities broad powers to target gay Ugandans who already face legal discrimination and mob violence.
Uganda faces calls to reject ‘appalling’ anti-LGBTQ bill
The United Nations and the United States led calls on March 22 for Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni to reject what has been labelled an “appalling” anti-gay bill. Ugandan lawmakers approved the Anti-Homosexuality Act late on Tuesday.