Now Bangladesh has the rule of a death sentence for all rapists

With the increase in the crimes of rape, the country of Bangladesh has now made a new rule relating to the punishment of rapists. Bangladesh's Cabinet on Monday signed an increase in the maximum punishment in rape cases to death from life imprisonment after a series of recent sexual assaults intrigued protests on streets and in social media in the nation.  Cabinet spokesman Khandaker Anwarul Islam said President Abdul Hamid most probably will issue an ordinance revising the Women and Children Repression Prevention Act because Parliament is not in session.

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Details of the amendment were not instantly available, but the spokesperson said that the Cabinet allowed to a proposal that trials in rape cases be completed steadily. Under the present law, the highest punishment in rape cases is life imprisonment, other than the cases in which the victim dies, when capital punishment is allowed. Law Minister Anisul Huq said the president is expected to issue the ordinance on Tuesday.

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A series of violent sexual attacks in recent weeks has intrigued protests in the capital, Dhaka, and elsewhere. Local human rights groups say rapes have risen in the country. Ain-o-Salish Kendra, a women's rights group, said 889 rapes, including many gang rapes, occurred between January and August. At least 41 victims died, it said. Rights groups say many more cases remain unreported because of fears of harassment by influential people. Bangladesh's judicial system is painstakingly slow and cases often take years to finish.

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