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LONDON, June 24 Thomson Reuters Foundation - Gabon has voted to decriminalise gay sex, making it one of the few countries in sub-Saharan Africa to do so by reversing a law that punished sexual relations between people of the same sex. In May last year, a Kenyan court upheld a law criminalising gay sex dating back to British rule. Advocates are challenging that ruling. Here are the latest 10 countries to remove bans on same-sex relations:.
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Gabon joins latest countries to allow same-sex relations

Following a vote by the Gabon Senate on 29 June , the signing off of the decision by the President means that Gabon has joined a growing list of countries in Africa and beyond that have removed criminal laws that target and discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBTI people. Paragraph 5 of Article , which criminalized same-sex sexual relations—with a maximum penalty of six months in prison and a 5 million central African CFA franc fine—was inserted into the new Gabonese Penal Code in July That paragraph has now been withdrawn. UNAIDS is encouraged that such a step back in terms of human rights can be overturned quickly when communities, civil society, politicians and other allies come together to campaign to right wrongs. Through legitimizing stigma and discrimination and violence against LGBTI people, the criminalization of same-sex sexual relations stops people from accessing and using HIV prevention, testing and treatment services and increases their risk of acquiring HIV. It is also a profound violation of a basic human right.
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Gabon joins latest countries to allow same-sex relations

Gay newlyweds walk on a giant rainbow flag at a pro same-sex marriage party after registering their marriage in Taipei, Taiwan May 24, On Tuesday, 48 members of the lower house of the country's parliament backed a proposed initiative to revise an article of a law that criminalised homosexuality, while 24 voted against and 25 abstained. In May last year, a Kenyan court upheld a law criminalising gay sex dating back to British rule. Advocates are challenging that ruling.
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The original statement can be accessed here. In , Article 5 was enacted in Gabon and the function of that law was to prohibit consensual same-sex activity. The penalty for a guilty verdict was six months imprisonment and a fine. After the law was introduced, it had never fully been enforced. On Monday 29th of June, 59 Senators in the upper house voted for the law to be scrapped.
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