LGBT Weekly reports:
LGBTQNation.com is reporting that Ethiopia, the most populous landlocked nation in the world with 93 million people, has created legislation that would make same-sex acts an unpardonable offense. “Ethiopia’s Council of Ministers last week endorsed the measure that would amend the country’s Pardon and Amnesty Law that lists homosexuality along with other offenses as a non-pardonable. The act, which is widely expected to pass and be signed into law, would add same-sex acts to a list of other punishable offenses including rape, human trafficking, terrorism, corruption and smuggling. Currently, Ethiopia, located on the horn of Africa, sentences same-sex acts, which are illegal, with up to 15 years in prison. But this new measure would reinforce what is already an extremely dangerous environment for the LGBT community.
It’s apparently much easier to bash the gays then to deal with the real issues facing your country.