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Boycotting Brunei’s hotels after gay sex death penalty won't work. Here's what might

SBS Wednesday, 17 April 2019
After Brunei announced a harsh new penal code that included the death penalty for gay sex, protests and threats of boycotts against properties and businesses owned by the country have taken place. Human Rights expert Paula Gerber questions how effective the action will be.
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