In a statement released by the White House, Obama said he is "deeply disappointed" that Uganda is poised to ban gay relationships, warning that the law will be a "step backward for all Ugandans" and pose a danger to gays there:. As a country and a people, the United States has consistently stood for the protection of fundamental freedoms and universal human rights. We believe that people everywhere should be treated equally, with dignity and respect, and that they should have the opportunity to reach their fullest potential, no matter who they are or whom they love. That is why I am so deeply disappointed that Uganda will shortly enact legislation that would criminalize homosexuality. The Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda, once law, will be more than an affront and a danger to the gay community in Uganda. It will be a step backward for all Ugandans and reflect poorly on Uganda's commitment to protecting the human rights of its people.
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Uganda: ‘Kill the Gays’ Law Imposing Death Penalty on Homosexuals
Uganda: ‘Kill the Gays’ Law Imposing Death Penalty on Homosexuals | Jonathan MS Pearce
As a gay Ugandan, Frank Mugisha has endured insults from strangers, hate messages on his phone, police harassment and being outed in a tabloid as one of the country's "top homos". That may soon seem like the good old days. Life imprisonment is the minimum punishment for anyone convicted of having gay sex, under an anti-homosexuality bill currently before Uganda's parliament. If the accused person is HIV positive or a serial offender, or a "person of authority" over the other partner, or if the "victim" is under 18, a conviction will result in the death penalty.
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By Jocelyn Edwards. Existing legislation already outlaws gay sex. The death sentence clause is gone, as is the demand Ugandans report gays to the authorities, he told Reuters.
Both male and female homosexual activity is illegal. Non-vaginal intercourse such as oral sex and anal sex between heterosexuals is also illegal. Under the Penal Code, "carnal knowledge against the order of nature" between two males carries a potential penalty of life imprisonment. The Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act, was passed on 17 December with a punishment of life in prison for "aggravated homosexuality".