No To amending the New Rape Law Of Liberia
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Women and Girls’ Rights in Liberia are often being infringed upon by actors of sexual violence and forced labor practices without fair adjudication, which in itself violates the universal Declaration Of Human Rights and sub-moral laws of the republic of Liberia.
In 2017, the House Of senate in Liberia amended the New Rape Law Of Liberia, and hand delivered to the 53rd House Of Representatives for concurrence—after a Representative Of the Liberia’s parliament allegedly raped and impregnated a 13-year-old child, without genuine respect to the case.
I do believe that amending the rape law; making rape as a bailable crime will overturn the fight against sexual violence In a nagative concept and that criminals Of such crime will use this chance as opportunity to sexually abuse our children and women.
Therefore, creating a vibrant adjudication environment for perpetrators of the crime thereof —will help create a greater approach to the reduction of violence against women and girls, and that pre-trial detainees will be served to have their days in court.
For this to be achieved, than not, the young people of Liberia must join this call to make a change, in that history shall inscribed us all!
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