Malawi Law Society questions legality of suspending anti-gay laws

From Face of Malawi Mon Nov 19 2012, 00:32:17

Law Society of Malawi says moratorium is an insult to parliament and that only legislature can make such changes. Lawyers in Malawi have criticised a government minister for controversial remarks that appeared to suspend the country's anti-gay laws, throwing the southern African nation's position into confusion. Ralph Kasambara, the justice minister, was widely quoted earlier [...]

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