Ugandan Lawmaker Calls New Anti-Gay Law a ‘Christmas Gift’ to the Country

In August, Uganda’s constitutional court annulled the country’s controversial Anti-Homosexuality Act that stipulated lifetime sentences for anyone convicted of committing same-sex intercourse. But a lawmaker said on Friday that a draft of a new, similar law, titled “The Prohibition of Promotion of Unnatural Sexual Practices,” would be put forward in parliament before the end of the year, calling it a “Christmas gift” to Ugandan citizens.

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