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Uganda: El proyecto de ley contra la homosexualidad debe ser retirado

El presidente de Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, debe vetar el proyecto de ley contra la homosexualidad, aprobado en votación sorpresa esta mañana, ha dicho Amnistía Internacional. La aprobación de este proyecto de ley, que incrementa radicalmente las sanciones penales para las relaciones sexuales con consentimiento entre adultos del mismo sexo, supone un grave ataque contra los derechos humanos. El presidente de Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, debe vetar el proyecto de ley contra la homosexualidad, aprobado en votación sorpresa esta mañana, ha dicho Amnistía Internacional.

Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Bill must be scrapped - 20 December 2013

Headline Title:  Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Bill must be scrapped Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni must veto the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which was passed in a surprise vote this morning, Amnesty International said. Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni must veto the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which was passed in a surprise vote this morning, Amnesty International said, calling it a grave assault on human rights.  Media Node:  Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill Twitter Tag:  LGBTI Story Location:  Uganda 0° 56' 54.3948" N, 33° 8' 5.1576" E “President Museveni must veto this wildly discriminatory legislation, which amounts to a grave assault on human rights and makes a mockery of the Ugandan constitution” Source:  Aster van Kregten, Deputy Africa Director at Amnesty International Date:  Fri, 20/12/2013 URL:  Uganda: Stop the Anti-Homosexuality Bill Description:  Take action URL:  Uganda: Anti-homosexuality bill ‘a grave assault on human rights’ Description:  News story, 7 February 2012 URL:  Uganda: ‘Anti-Homosexuality’ Bill Threatens Liberties and Human Rights Defenders Description:  Press release, 15 October 2009 URL:  Rising levels of homophobia in sub-Saharan Africa are dangerous and must be tackled Description:  News story/report, 25 June 2013

Ouganda. Un projet de loi relatif au maintien de l'ordre porte un coup au débat politique public

Le projet de loi relatif au maintien de l’ordre qui va probablement être adopté par le Parlement ougandais le 6 août porte un sérieux coup à l’ouverture du débat politique dans le pays, a déclaré Amnesty International lundi 5 août. Le projet de loi relatif au maintien de l’ordre qui va probablement être adopté par le Parlement ougandais le 6 août porte un sérieux coup à l’ouverture du débat politique dans le pays, a décl

Uganda: Public Management Order Bill is a serious blow to open political debate - 5 August 2013

Headline Title:  Uganda: Public Management Order Bill is a serious blow to open political debate The Public Order Management Bill which is likely to be passed by Uganda’s parliament tomorrow represents a serious blow to open political debate in the country, Amnesty International said today. The Public Order Management Bill which is likely to be passed by Uganda’s parliament tomorrow represents a serious blow to open political debate in the country. Media Node:  Uganda Story Location:  Uganda 0° 30' 40.3992" N, 27° 24' 26.01" E “This Bill represents a serious blow to open political debate in a country where publicly criticizing the government is already fraught with risk.” Source:  Sarah Jackson, Amnesty International’s deputy Africa director. URL:  Uganda: Stifling dissent: Restrictions on the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly in Uganda Description:  Report, 1 November 2011

Uganda: Public Management Order Bill is a serious blow to open political debate

The Public Order Management Bill which is likely to be passed by Uganda’s parliament tomorrow represents a serious blow to open political debate in the country, Amnesty International said today. The Public Order Management Bill which is likely to be passed by Uganda’s parliament tomorrow represents a serious blow to open political debate in the country, Amnesty International said today.

Ouganda. Arrestation de militants dans un contexte préoccupant de répression des médias

Les autorités ougandaises doivent mettre fin à l’attaque contre la liberté d'expression qui a conduit à la fermeture forcée de plusieurs médias au cours des cinq derniers jours, a déclaré Amnesty International vendredi 24 mai, après l'arrestation de plusieurs militants qui protestaient contre cette répression. Les autorités ougandaises doivent mettre fin à l’attaque contre la liberté d'expression qui a conduit à la fermeture forcée de plusieurs médias au cours des cinq derniers jours, a déclaré Amnesty I

Uganda: Activists arrested as disturbing crackdown on media continues

The Ugandan authorities must end an attack on freedom of expression that has left several media outlets shut by security forces for a fifth day, Amnesty International said today after several activists were arrested for protesting against the crackdown. The Ugandan authorities must end an attack on freedom of expression that has left several media outlets shut by security forces for a fifth day, Amnesty International said today after several activ

Uganda: Activists arrested as disturbing crackdown on media continues - 24 May 2013

Headline Title:  Uganda: Activists arrested as disturbing crackdown on media continues The Ugandan authorities must end an attack on freedom of expression that has left several media outlets shut by security forces for a fifth day, Amnesty International said today after several activ Ugandan authorities must end an attack on freedom of expression that has left several media outlets shut by security forces, Amnesty International said. Media Node:  uganda Twitter Tag:  uganda Story Location:  United Kingdom 13° 7' 48.4572" N, 27° 38' 29.7672" E See map: Google Maps “The Ugandan authorities' desperation to control an uncomfortable political story has exposed their disregard for freedom of expression.” Source:  Amnesty International's Sarah Jackson
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