Is Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill On Hold?

In a statement dated February 18, but widely available just today (e.g., the Observer), Uganda’s President Museveni seems to leave open the door that the Anti-Homosexuality Bill could be put on hold while he seeks additional input from researchers and scientists. Here is Museveni’s statement in full:

According to a Reuter’s report, the president’s spokesperson said the bill was on hold pending more research.

As I noted earlier this evening, one of the committee member’s of the Ministry of Health ad hoc committee is raising questions about how the committee’s work has been misused.

According to Museveni’s statement, he wants the U.S. government to work with Uganda’s scientific community.




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