In Malta, a forthcoming bill to criminalize female genital mutilation must be tightened to prevent defendants from invoking religious or cultural arguments in their defense, human rights lawyer Therese Commodini Cachia told an audience of nursing professionals.

In Malta, a forthcoming bill to criminalize female genital mutilation must be tightened to prevent defendants from invoking religious or cultural arguments in their defense, human rights lawyer Therese Commodini Cachia told an audience of nursing professionals.

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