Lithuanian parliament to back a proposal legalizing chemical castration of pedophiles. This week, Mr Petras Grażulis registered the appropriate amendments to the Criminal Code.
MP proposes that chemical castration was voluntary, and for persons convicted of pedophilia, who surrendered it, would be mitigated sentence.
For the first time Mr Grażulis proposed the use of chemical castration occurred in 2009. The proposal stipulated that castration would be enforced. Did not support the government and the parliamentary committee and the rule of law. Its chairman, Mr Stasys Szedbaras, then argued that chemical castration is an act "against nature".
Grażulis hopes that this time the Parliament approves the amendments to the Criminal Code and Lithuania join the group in many European countries that use chemical castration.
The case of pedophilia in Lithuania, a vivid debate in three years - after the outbreak of the great social and moral scandal. It was a matter Drasiusa Kedysa suspected of murdering two people: Kaunas judge who allegedly sexually abused his four-year old daughter and a sister of his former concubine, who allegedly supplied the men underage girls.
Kedysa Case not yet closed. Meanwhile, the body found itself Kedysa and one of the main suspects, businessman Andrius USAS.