. amy: in uganda, lgbt activists are fighting against the possible introduction of a bill that could make homosexuality punishable by death. the law, known as the "kill the gays" law, was passed in 2014, but was annulled by thee constitutional court on a technicality. in late september, democracy now! interviewed ugandan prime minister ruhakana rugunda at the united nations general assembly here in new york city. i want to ask you a tough question about lgbt rights in uganda. although a court has struck down the anti-lgbt legislation, still there is intense discrimination against gay and lesbian and trans community. as prime minister, what can you dodo? cocooks the discrimination you'e talking about and the courts of uganda have taken a position and we stand by the decision taken by the court in uganda over the matter. amy: do you think lgbtq people should be respected and protected like any other individual in uganda? single human being should be discriminated. amy: in tunisia, retired law professor kais saied is poised to be the next president after preliminary results from sunday'
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