Recently, which country’s parliament has approved a controversial anti-LGBTQ bill, the Human Sexual Rights and Family Values Bill?

A. Togo
B. Nigeria
C. Ghana
D. Liberia


Correct Answer: C. Ghana

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Ghana’s parliament has endorsed the contentious Human Sexual Rights and Family Values Bill, awaiting presidential approval. The legislation seeks to preserve traditional family values, criminalizing LGBTQ identification with potential three-year prison sentences. Advocates or supporters of LGBTQ activities may face up to five years in prison. Ghana currently prohibits gay acts, punishable by a maximum three-year jail term. The bill reflects a tightening stance on LGBTQ rights, sparking both domestic and international debates.

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