Debating homosexuality and human rights in Malawi

From Face of Malawi Sun Nov 25 2012, 05:55:55

By Steve Sharra When Malawi's Attorney General and Minister of Justice Ralph Kasambara announced earlier this month that police had been ordered not to arrest anyone suspected in "engaging in homosexuality," it was lauded by Human Rights Watch as "courageous" and by Amnesty International as "a step in the right direction." A day later, Kasambara [...]

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