The Criminal Law Reform Bill presented in Parliament last week, among other things, makes it an offence to have an exploitative sexual relationship with anyone aged between 16 and 18, a move that has sparked debate among lawyers and legal experts.
While most agreed that it is necessary to protect minors from predators, some wondered if there would be unintended effects.
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