Ugandan court upholds controversial anti-LGBTQI law

Updated April 3 2024 - 10:55pm, first published 10:49pm
A Ugandan court has declined to nullify the East African country's harsh LGBTQI laws. (AP PHOTO)
A Ugandan court has declined to nullify the East African country's harsh LGBTQI laws. (AP PHOTO)

Uganda's constitutional court has refused to annul or suspend an anti-LGBTQI law that includes the death penalty for certain same-sex acts, but found some of its provisions inconsistent with certain fundamental human rights.

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