Sunday, October 5, 2014
Ugandan President backs down from reintroducing the Anti-Gay Bill
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has backed off reinstating the anti-gay law. His reasons have to do with everyone boycotting his country.
In August, the constitutional court overturned it, bringing some hope back to Uganda. There were threats on the bill returning, but that's all out the door for now. Funny, how Yoweri changed his mind after meeting with President Obama.
I wonder if something was said. Who knows, but I guess reality set in that if they brought that bill back, a trade boycott would've been in order.
So, in this situation, money talked.