Debate swirls about Section 377A of Singapore’s Penal Code after India’s Supreme Court ruled its country’s equivalent provision unconstitutional. In Singapore, when the issue was debated in 2007, a compromise was struck to keep the law on the books but not enforce it.
This chafes some.
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