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Ugandan MPs had been set to debate the bill today, which could allow the death penalty for homosexual acts in some cases.
The bill, which would introduce the death penalty for some homosexual acts, is set to be debated and voted on this Friday.
The Ugandan Parliament are preparing to debate a bill which entrenches discrimination and hatred against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people on 11 May ...
Urgent Action AFR 59/010/2011
The Ugandan parliament should reject the Anti-Homosexuality Bill that has been the subject of public hearings in recent days before the Legal and Parliamentary ...
As President Yoweri Museveni begins a new term in office and forms his new government following February 2011's general elections, Amnesty International is calling ...
Report AFR 59/009/2011
As President Yoweri Museveni forms his new government and begins his new term in office, Amnesty International is urging him to take steps to improve Uganda's patchy ...
The Ugandan government must immediately end the excessive use of force against protestors, Amnesty International said today, after police fired live rounds at ...
Five people have been killed in Uganda since protests began on 11 April.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: AFR 59/008/2011. 15 April 2011. Uganda: Teargas and bullets used against peaceful protestors. ...
Public Statement AFR 59/008/2011