The approved amendments to the Domestic Violence Act, best way to use cialis according to Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment, and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange, will be tabled in Parliament generic viagra canada early next year.
She was speaking at a virtual Round Table on Domestic Violence organized by Spotlight Initiative to mark the start of the global 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.
Minister Grange stated that the Attorney General’s Chamber is currently reviewing the Act’s amendments to ensure that the provisions do not contradict any existing law or violate the Constitution.
Minister Grange went on to say that the legislation needs to be updated “to reflect the nuances involved in domestic violence as well as ensuring that victims have greater protection,” and that the government is serious about ending all forms of violence against women, with “more far-reaching changes to come.”
The Round Table was the third in a series of advocacy webinars designed to examine legislative and policy issues, gaps, and solutions in the fight against violence against women and girls. The Spotlight Initiative is a multi-year global collaboration between the European Union and the United Nations levitra kaufen to end all forms of violence against women and girls.