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criminalize

to make an action or activity criminal.
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Asking about a new Polish law that criminalizes some statements about the Holocaust, the journalist shared a personal story about his parents being reported to the Nazis by Polish neighbors.
5575, or the proposed 'Anti-Identity Theft Act of 2017,' aims to criminalize identity theft and identity fraud.
George Bizos, a lawyer who represented Nelson Mandela in his treason trial, said it was not easy to criminalize racism in the country.
had challenged the law as a restriction on speech that criminalizes a wide range of newsworthy, artistic, educational and historical images.
He called the religious leaders of Sunni and Shiite, to criminalize the IS and militias for committing crimes against the Iraqi people, noting that the IS organization powered by some parties / unnamed / and possesses a large arsenal of weapons and military vehicles.
BEIRUT: MP Ghassan Moukheiber submitted an urgent draft law to Parliament Tuesday that would criminalize sexual harassment and racist abuse, saying the legislation was needed after allegations emerged against Beirut's former acting governor last month.
One of them criminalizes the glorification of slain strongman Gaddafi, his regime or relatives.
London, May 15( ANI ): According to a study by researchers from Queen Mary, University of London and the University of Sussex, legislation against, and to criminalize face-veiling which has swept across the EU recently will test the foundations of modern liberal society.
The amended Treachery Act - which was originally drafted in 1952 following the revolution - aims to criminalize former regime officials in cases of political corruption.
When voting, the issue is not whether abortion is right or wrong; the question is whether the State should criminalize the conduct.
If' we, as a society, are comfortable with being unable to force testimony from a criminal suspect, it seems a bit of a paradox that we criminalize those who do answer questions but perhaps get it wrong--deliberately or not.
ExcelAire said in a statement that "to criminalize this accident investigation runs counter to the safety of the international flying public" and predicted the police would be subject to "worldwide criticism.