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Thursday, 13 December 2018 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Tanzania
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  Soraya Post, author. – Mr President, sadly enough, we have to remind the authorities and the Government of Tanzania that LGBTI rights and women’s rights are human rights. The Tanzanian Government has an obligation to protect the rights and dignity of all its citizens. I demand that Tanzania cancel its laws criminalising homosexuality and stop the arrest and violence against LGBTI people, and health and human rights activists. I demand that the Tanzanian Government immediately cancel the law banning pregnant girls from attending school, and also girls who have given birth have to be able to return to school. The right to education is a human right and needs to be respected all over the world.

 
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