Rabat — A Moroccan appeals court on July 2, , upheld the convictions of men accused of homosexual acts. Besides charges that discriminate based on sexual orientation, the case may raise fair trial concerns, Human Rights Watch said. The appeals court in the city of Beni Mellal upheld the conviction of the men solely on the basis of statements that they made while in police custody. All six had repudiated those statements at the trial, asserting they had only signed them because of police threats, one of the defense lawyers, Hadda Maidar, told Human Rights Watch.
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LGBT rights in Uganda
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The court was addressing a petition filed in by three Kenyan organizations that work to protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. The Court of Appeal should revisit this ruling urgently. The laws are rarely enforced — Human Rights Watch is aware of two prosecutions against four people under article in the last 10 years. But they underpin a broad array of human rights abuses and contribute to a climate of discrimination and violence. Kenyan human rights and LGBT organizations report that the laws have been used to justify employment and housing discrimination , to expel or suspend students from schools, to censor artistic expression related to LGBT issues, and to prevent LGBT organizations from registering.
LGBT rights in Tunisia
CNN -- A human rights group urged Burundi to reverse a law that makes homosexuality illegal, saying it risks worsening the harsh treatment of gays in the eastern Africa nation. In March, people in Burundi demonstrate in favor of a measure banning homosexuality. It became law in April.