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Uganda Moves To Ban Miniskirts

Wearing of miniskirts could soon land one in jail or attract heavy fines if Parliament approves a new piece of legislation that seeks to further clarify the offence of pornography in Uganda’s laws.

The government is riding on its view that pornography has become such an “insidious social problem” to get the Bill through Parliament.

It also argues that because there has been an “increase in pornographic materials in the Ugandan mass media and nude dancing in the entertainment world”, there is need to establish a legal framework to regulate such vices.”

Source: Daily Monitor. Read full article. (link)

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