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Uploaded on Dec 27, 2009
A transcript is available at http://www.boxturtlebulletin.com/2009.... In Part 3, Bahati insists that the proposed Anti-Homosexuality Bill will not be dropped. He says that it is now before the Parliamentary Committee of Legal Affairs and also the Presidential Affairs Committee. He believes the bill will pass when Parliament returns from recess in February. He and Ssempa also claim to have been under death threats since the bill was introduced. In a recent story by the independent Daily Monitor, Bahati claims that a cousin is missing and blames the controversy over the anti-gay bill, but he doesnt repeat that claim here. (That story has now gone missing from the Monitors web site.)