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Uganda clarifies on anti-homosexuality law
Publish Date: Jul 07, 2014
Uganda clarifies on anti-homosexuality law
President Museveni signed the bill into law on Febuary 24, 2014. PHOTO/Abu Mwesigwa
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The government of Uganda has clarified its position on the Anti-homosexuality Act.  In a statement released Monday afternoon the Government said the Act was misrepresented.

“…its enactment has been misinterpreted as a piece of legislation intended to punish and discriminate against people of a "homosexual orientation", especially by our development partners," read the statement in part
 
Here is the full statement.

Statement by Uganda Govt on Anti Homosexuality Act

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