A controversial bill in Turkey aims to overturn men’s convictions for sexual assault against minors. The proposed law would allow the release from prison of men found guilty of assaulting a minor if the act was committed without “force, threat, or any other restriction on consent” and if the aggressor marries the victim. It has sparked widespread protests and criticism from human rights groups. CCTV’s Michal Bardavid has more.
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