Malawi rejects 44 UN recommended laws

From Face of Malawi Wed Dec 19 2012, 02:01:12

Out of the 127 UN recommendations on Human Rights, Malawi has rejected 44 including abolition of laws criminalizing same sex marriages, abolition of the death penalty and making primary education a compulsory. The Universal Periodic review for Malawi's Human Rights situation for the period 2011 to 2015 says the country only accepted 71 recommendations and [...]

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