Cabinet approves the usage of chemical castration on repeat sex offenders

The Thai Cabinet approved a invoice aimed toward stopping repeated sexual offense circumstances, which includes chemically castrating sexual predators, if no less than two medical professionals agree with the process and the offender offers consent.
MP and spokesperson from the Palang Pracharath Party, Pacharin Sumsiripon, and Justice Minister Somsak Thepsuthin had proposed the so-called “Sex Act” to prevent repeated sexual offense cases. The act goals to provide safety to the population and put a critical punishment on offenders of all ages and genders who repeatedly commit violent intercourse acts. New of 320 MPs agreed on the act.
Aside from the court-ordered castration, the act units other measures to prevent offenders from repeating sexual assault. Some offenders shall be ordered wear a monitoring system and to only keep in a single area, which would be designated by the courtroom. They would also be banned from leaving the nation, required to inform when altering a workplace, prohibited from joining sure activities that could result in the offenses..

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