Botswana employs double standard in gay sex death penalty vote

Ndadi
Ndadi

Renowned human rights lawyer, Uyapo Ndadi has labelled as ‘utterly shocking, unexpected and lacking justification’ of Botswana’s recent decision to vote against the United Nations’ (UN) position on condemning the gay sex death penalty.

He added Botswana’s actions on this global platform should be treated as a cause for concern, as it would have been a perfect opportunity to reaffirm the human rights and dignity of homosexual persons internationally.

Botswana is one of the 13 countries that recently voted against the UN resolution condemning gay sex death penalty, Mmegi has learnt.

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