Human rights groups oppose Uganda's proposed death penalty for homosexuality
Seventeen human rights groups have called for proposed new laws on homosexuality in Uganda to be scrapped immediately.
This week, Ndorwa West MP David Bahati, of the ruling party, tabled the private member's bill in parliament to create a new crime of "aggravated homosexuality".
According to his bill, those convicted of having gay sex with disabled people and those under the 18 would face the death penalty.
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