Egypt Criminalizing Sexual Harassment ‘comes Too Late’
A new decree making sexual harassment a crime punishable by lengthy jail times and whopping fines is a step in the right direction, women in Egypt say, but many remain skeptical it will prove effective. Egypt’s outgoing President Adly Mansour issued a decree this week criminalizing sexual harassment, with punishments ranging from six months to five years in jail, and fines as high as $700.
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