Ukraine mandates chemical pedophiles

Ukraine mandates chemical pedophiles

Pedophilia offenders will be dosed by injections under the new Ukraine law, as punishment. Ukrainian media reported Saturday.

According to Ukrainian national news agency, the chemical process involves an anti-hormone injection that contains some chemicals that reduce libido and sex activity.

The law will be enforced against men between the ages of 18 and 65 who are found guilty of raping or sexually abusing minors and are expected to be executed against thousands of offenders, every year.

In 2017, official data show 320 rapists of children in Ukraine, but the number of sexually abused pedophiles in the country is believed to be thousands of cases.

More stringent criminal laws involve the child being approved in a special session of the Ukrainian parliament.

“The law of Ukraine has no life sentence or death sentence for crime against children.

“By this law, rapists can not repeat the offense, after being released,” said Radical Party chief Oleh Lyashko, who proposed the sterilization.

Under the new law Juha, Ukraine will establish a list of pedophiles that have been jailed for child raping or sexual misconduct against children.

Such criminals will be monitored for life by the police, after being released from prison.

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