Australia Concern by PNG Homosexuality's Law

SYDNEY (AUSTRALIA) - Australia's Foreign Minister Bob Carr says, he's concerned by Papua New Guinea's laws, prohibiting homosexuality.

Homosexual asylum seekers who arrive in Australia by boat, will be resettled in P-N-G, despite facing prison on the local laws.

Mr Carr says, the law's conflict with contemporary Australian values.

"I am concerned about the fact that, you got a different and outdated legal position applying in PNG.

"I understand, I know, this is little comfort that there are being few of each charges laid or persecutions are made under the laws prohibiting homosexual activity in PNG," Mr. Carr said. [RadioAustralia]
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