Madagascar to allow surgical castration of paedophiles

Madagascar’s parliament has passed a law allowing the chemical and surgical castration of those found guilty of raping a child.

The new law has prompted criticism from human rights groups, such as Amnesty International, but some activists said it is a necessary deterrent against the country’s “rape culture”.

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