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Incest and necrophilia in the spotlight as law reform commission reviews Hong Kong’s list of sexual crimes 

  • Thu, 17 May 2018 06:55
Hong Kong’s Law Reform Commission has proposed new laws to make offences such as sex with a dead person a crime and for existing legislation on sexual offences such as incest, for example, to be broadened.  Its proposals were published on Wednesday for a three-month-long public consultation until 15 August. In its 93-page consultation paper, the commission’s Review of Sexual Offences Subcommittee pointed out the city did not have specific laws punishing necrophilia, or... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed

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