The Human Rights Commission also recommended that the anonymity of HIV-infected people and AIDS patients should be guaranteed. The recommendation of the National Human Rights Commission has no binding effect.
The commission opined that the mandatory testing of women for HIV/AIDS was discriminatory because 90 percent of the reported HIV positive cases concerns males.
Many are already pointing out the obvious flaw in reasoning.
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