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Sexual assault laws to be made clear

KUALA LUMPUR: Following the passing of the Sexual Offences Against Children Bill, the Penal Code will be amended to plug the loopholes in existing sexual assault laws.

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Tales of the victims – and hope for the future

‘Maybe if these laws had been enacted earlier and there was proper education and awareness, I would never have been abused.’ – Lisa (not her real name) who was sexually groomed and raped as a child.

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Clear definition of rape needed

THE legal definition of rape has come into the spotlight again with renewed calls for it to be amended and broadened.

Community

Legal reform on rape vital

KUCHING: Prompt legal reform, including amending the Penal Code’s definition of rape, is needed to better protect children, said the Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS).

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Amend legal definition of rape, says Fatimah

KUCHING: A state minister wants the legal definition of rape to be amended soonest, following the gazetting of the Child Act (Amendment) 2015.

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‘Speak up on child sex abuse’

PETALING JAYA: Lodge a police report quickly if you know of a child that was sexually abused, says senior criminal lawyer Datuk Rajpal Singh (pic).

Community

NGOs laud Govt proposal to amend Penal Code’s definition of rape

THE Government’s proposal to amend the Penal Code’s definition of rape in the next Parliament sitting is a welcome development indeed.

Nation

Broader definition of rape to be tabled soon

KUALA LUMPUR: The definition of rape will be broadened and tabled in Parliament as soon as possible, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nancy Shukri.

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‘Finger rape’ girl eyes agro studies

KUCHING: The girl at the centre of the “finger rape” controversy is applying to further her education in agriculture studies after getting good results in her SPM examinations.

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Ministry seeks legal definition of ‘marital rape’

PETALING JAYA: The Attorney-General’s Chambers will define what constitutes marital rape.