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bd40bc7c7a Homosexual acts by two women are punished with three months to two years of imprisonment and a fine of MRO5,00060,000 about (US$17$207). None found. Mozambique The Mozambican Penal Code is silent in regard to criminalization of homosexuality. However, this law does not seem to be enforced by the police. None found.  Id. Minister of Justice and Others 1999 (1) SA 6, available on the Southern African Legal Information Institute (SAFLII) website, at see also Heidi Joy Schmid, Decriminalization of Sodomy Under South Africa’s 1996 Constitution: Implications for South African and U.S. 1991). A male person who, with consent, performs “anal sexual intercourse, or any act involving physical contact other than anal sexual intercourse that would be regarded by a reasonable person to be an indecent act” commits the crime of sodomy, on conviction, punishable up to one year of imprisonment and/or a fine. No information available.
2012). Not recognized. Not recognized. (Mar. 1998), available on the Liberian Legal Information Institute (LIBERLII) website, at  Id.  Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Act, 2013, 4 & 5 (enacted Jan. Anyone who “has carnal knowledge of any person against the order of nature or permits a male person to have carnal knowledge of him or her against the order of nature” commits an “unnatural offence,” a felony punishable on conviction with a fourteen-year prison term. An attempt to commit an “unnatural offence,” also a felony, is punishable on conviction by a seven-year prison term. In addition, Nigeria bans male persons from engaging in what it calls “gross indecency”: procuring or attempting to procure another male for the commission of gross indecency in public or private. A violation of this ban is a felony punishable on conviction by a three-year prison term. Furthermore, Nigeria prohibits a “public show of same sex amorous relationship directly or indirectly,” the violation of which is, on conviction, punishable by ten years of imprisonment. There are some states that have adopted Sharia law and these states reportedly have imposed the death penalty for homosexual behavior. Nigeria prohibits any form of gay rights advocacy. 87 (rev. Not recognized. 18, 2006, available at  See Immigration et Communauts culturelles Qubec, supra note 6, at 26.