Amnesty Internationals calls on South Korea to amend military code

Amnesty Internationals calls on South Korea to amend military code

Human rights advocacy group Amnesty International has called on South Korea to decriminalize same-sex relationships for men in the military. Saying the law ’Does not comply with the international human rights obligations the state has signed on to’. The South Korean Ministry of Defense has not responded to the comments but has previously defended the law as necessary to maintain discipline.

aiden Brennan
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Donald Darko
Donald Darko 8 months

Has AI been requesting the same to all the other countries with similar laws? How about the Middle East? Are they compliant with the AI requests. And does it even matter? What are the consequences of defying AI?

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 8 months

Well you should have a relationship with anyone you are closely working with in the military. Heterosexual or otherwise. But Beyond that, you cant criminalize sexuality, if thats actually what this is.

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