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Gays in Sri Lanka are pretty much regarded as criminals, like gays in India or gays in the Maldives.
The draconian laws from the British colonial era (sections 365 of the Sri Lankan Penal Code 1886) criminalising gay sex (“carnal intercourse”) with up to 10 years in prison and a fine are still in place 1995 the Sri Lankan judiciary threw gay Sri Lanka backwards by amending this law to criminalise acts of “gross indecency” with a fine and up to 2 years in prison (section 365A).
Today, the Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, is expected to confirm intentions to boycott the meeting in a row over the country’s human rights record.
Dozens of failed Sri Lankan asylum seekers were removed at the last minute from a controversial deportation flight today after a senior judge accepted there was a risk that they could be tortured on their return.
The ruling, which only applied to those three cases, prompted a flurry of further applications from lawyers representing Tamil clients which were then decided on an individual basis using the injunction as guidance.
Funny Boy is a Sri Lankan book Stefan grew up with and loved (written by Shyam Selvadurai and highly recommended to any LGBT traveller visiting Sri Lanka).
Mr Justice Wilkie declined to order the removal all the Tamil passengers but he did rule that anyone who showed during their failed asylum process that they risked allegations against them from the Sri Lankan government of a real or perceived Tamil Tiger connection, or had shown evidence that they had been previously tortured, should not be deported.
At least 37 cases have been identified in the last two years where people have been returned to Sri Lanka from Britain or Europe and tortured.
Many of these victims managed to escape to Britain a second time and have their asylum claims accepted - but only after undergoing harrowing ordeals.
The study, commissioned by the Kaleidoscope Trust and compiled by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual and Intersex (LGBTI) activists across the Commonwealth, calls for Britain’s former colonies to repeal anti-gay legislation, with an immediate moratorium on enforcement.
Homosexual acts are a criminal offence in 41 of the 53 members of the Commonwealth, including Jamaica, Pakistan, Singapore and Malaysia.There is no guidance as to what exactly “gross indecency” is or isn’t, which leaves it open to abuse by the police to victimise the LGBT community.