Recently, Dr Shireen Mazari and Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari have also publicly stated they will table bills to criminalise
torture, but it has yet to transpire.
Mr Ruto claimed that people against the dams were being used to "criminalise
" the projects to paint President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee Party government in bad light.The DP further accused Jubilee's opponents of criminalising government projects without facts and weaving a narrative that criminalises
the ruling party's achievements "using falsehoods and propaganda".
The current law does not criminalise
acts of terror incitement, which provides a loophole for perpetrators to escape under the pretext of "freedom of expression".
A TORY councillor has failed in a bid to criminalise
beggars in Glasgow.
The Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) has urged the government to review the existing laws so as not to criminalise
those who attempt suicide.
'We reject in the strongest terms this proposal, which will serve only to criminalise
more children and will do nothing to address the underlying reasons that children become involved in crime,' CRIN said in a statement issued on Tuesday.
Campaigners claim the smacking ban will criminalise
parents for giving their children a "tap on the hand".
'The Guild condemns the bill in its entirety and will never nominate any of its members to serve in a council that seeks to cage the media, destroy the profession and criminalise
"And it blows apart the claims made by Assembly Members that introducing a ban in Wales will not criminalise
parents, as almost identical claims made in New Zealand have been shown to be untrue."
I think, it's quite well known that there is a movement across the world to criminalise
people who are homeless.
Qatar, Kuwait, and the UAE criminalise
bribery in their penal codes, but only the UAE's law criminalises
the receipt of a bribe within the private sector.