Mozambique decriminalises gay and lesbian relationships

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Mozambique has decriminalised homosexuality in its new penal code, making it one of a few African countries where same-sex relationships are legal.

The revised code, in force from Wednesday, drops a colonial-era clause outlawing “vices against nature”.

There were no prosecutions under that clause but rights activists have said this change is a symbolic victory.

Mozambique has joined a trail of countries that have decided to trash the very commandments of God and try using the bible and modernity to justify what can only be described as demonic spirits.

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