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CAMEROON

Male to Male relationships: Not Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: Imprisonment of less than 10 years
Female to Female Relationships: Not Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law

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Are you LGBTI in the military of CAMEROON?
Yes (0 %) Yes, but not out (0 %) No, I was discharged because of my sexual orientation (0 %)

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Kristina (user currently living in IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF) posted for readers in response to this story on 12/10/2013
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-2-MalcolmYes, a good point. I do have some data on Championship which I'll report on in due<a href="http://nihkflhkw.com"> csroue</a>.-3-JosI did not include this data, but for the top 5 UEFA leagues, only France has fewer goals scored by nationals than is implied by the overall percentage of foreign players (assuming that it would be proportional.) This implies to me that Germany, England, Italy and Spain are the only countries who can retain an excess of national talent, whereas France is a net contributor of talent to other leagues.I am sure that money explains a lot of this, but there also must be room for politics (N Korea) and culture.
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Kristina (user currently living in IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF) posted for readers in response to this story on 12/10/2013
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-2-MalcolmYes, a good point. I do have some data on Championship which I'll report on in due<a href="http://nihkflhkw.com"> csroue</a>.-3-JosI did not include this data, but for the top 5 UEFA leagues, only France has fewer goals scored by nationals than is implied by the overall percentage of foreign players (assuming that it would be proportional.) This implies to me that Germany, England, Italy and Spain are the only countries who can retain an excess of national talent, whereas France is a net contributor of talent to other leagues.I am sure that money explains a lot of this, but there also must be room for politics (N Korea) and culture.
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