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Sudan has abolished the death penalty for homosexuality

Several legal reforms have been passed by the Sovereign Council of Sudan, including banning of female genital mutilation, public flogging and removal of an apostasy law that punished abandonment of Islam with death by stoning.

According to Bedayaa, an organisation promoting LGBTQ+ rights in the Nile Valley area, the reform also includes an amendment to article 148 of the Penal Code, which banned same-sex relations and prescribed the death sentence.

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