Angola joins the growing list of African countries to decriminalise homosexuality

Angola has joined the list of African countries to decriminalise homosexuality, even going as far as to include a law against LGBT discrimination.

The country has adopted a new penal code, dropping the vices against nature law from its constitution. The country’s old laws were put in place in 1975 by its colonisers, Portugal, which made sure that LGBT people were discriminated against in terms of education, employment and healthcare.

Not only that, new laws have been put in place that makes sure that people who discriminate against LGBT people stand to face up to two years in prison.

Angola joins other African countries like South Africa, Seychelles and Lesotho.

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