The Government of Uganda has outlawed homosexuality. The law was first introduced into Parliament in 2009. It was condemned for proposing the death sentence for homosexuals. The death sentence has been removed, The law establishes the penalty of life imprisonment for homosexuals who have sexual intercourse, or homosexual sex with minors or the intellectually disabled, as well as repeated sex offences among consenting adults. The legislation is yet to be signed into law by President Yoweri Museven, who must do so within thirty days for it to take effect.