Uganda constitutional court annuls anti-homosexuality law
Friday August 1 2014
Two women outside the Uganda High Commission during a demonstration by the African Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Out & Proud Diamond Group and the Peter Tatchell Foundation on March 19, 2014. FILE PHOTO | AFP | CITIZENSIDE/SEE LI
Homosexuality remains illegal and punishable by jail sentences under previous legislation, which is expected to be returned after the court's decision.
Lawmakers could also seek to reintroduce a Bill back into parliament, a potentially lengthy process, with the last such Bill taking four years from introduction to the final vote.