Trinidad-born UK-based gay rights advocate Jason Jones has mounted a legal challenge against the State, seeking to have existing laws criminalising homosexuality declared null and void. Jones and his attorneys filed the challenge in the Hall of Justice, Port of Spain on Thursday. Speaking with reporters, Jones said Trinidad and Tobago continues to have laws criminalising same-sex relationships and preventing homosexual people from entering the country freely. He said this violated basic human rights.
February 23 / Daily Express