Talk:LGBT rights in Morocco

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In August, 2006. a gay pride celebration is planned to feature in Tetouan.
This is arousing tension among Moroccans[citation needed].
The conference is supposed to bring gay people from all over Morocco.

someone who knows what happened then should change this paragraph

Homosexuality is punished by up to ?[edit]

Original French version: (which one is actual?)

L’article 489 “Est puni de l’emprisonnement de trois à six ans et d’une amende de 200 à 1000 dirhams, quiconque commet un acte impudique ou contre-nature avec un individu de son sexe.”

L’article 489 Attentats aux mœurs Est puni de l'emprisonnement de six mois à trois ans et d'une amende de 120 à 1.000 dirhams, à moins que le fait ne constitue une infraction plus grave, quiconque commet un acte impudique ou contre nature avec un individu de son sexe.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.12.171.218 ([[User talk:83.12.171.218|talk]]) 14:39, 7 January 2008 (UTC)