The Monitor, a Ugandan paper, is running a poll about the Anti-Homosexuality Bill. The question posed is: Some rights activists say the Anti-Homosexuality Bill violates human rights? Should it be passed?
The results won’t be scientific, but what surprised me is how comparatively close the voting is. When I voted at 14.00 UK time on Wednesday, 1941 votes had been cast, 1103 or 56.83% for the Bill and 838 or 43.17% against.
To vote, go to http://www.monitor.co.ug/artman/publish/sunday_monitor/index.shtml, scroll two thirds the way down, and the poll is in a black box the centre of the page. VOTE NOW!
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
Vote on the Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill 2009
Posted by Colin Coward at 14:13
Labels: Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill
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