Nikolay Tarasov, a suspect in a recent rape and murder case with an 11-year-old girl, is depicted. It is suspected that there are thousands of sexual abuse cases in Ukraine every year

Pedophiles will be chemically castrated according to new laws in Ukraine

  • Pedophiles will receive an injection to reduce their libido after being convicted
  • The law applies to men aged 18 to 65 who are found guilty of raping or abusing children
  • In a filthy recent case, an 11-year-old was raped and killed by a friend of the family

Pedophiles are chemically castrated by an injection under new legislation in Ukraine.

The chemical process & # 39; includes the forced injection of anti-androgens consisting of chemicals that should reduce libido and sexual activity & # 39 ;, according to the Ukraine National News Agency.

The legislation applies to men between the ages of 18 and 65 who are found guilty of rape or sexual abuse of minors and who can affect thousands of people every year.

In 2017, official figures reported 320 rapes by children in Ukraine – but the number of cases of pedophile sexual abuse is believed to be thousands.

Nikolay Tarasov, a suspect in a recent rape and murder case with an 11-year-old girl, is depicted. It is suspected that there are thousands of sexual abuse cases in Ukraine every year

Nikolay Tarasov, a suspect in a recent rape and murder case with an 11-year-old girl, is depicted. It is suspected that there are thousands of sexual abuse cases in Ukraine every year

National police chief Vyacheslav Abroskin said this week: “Five children were raped in four & # 39; s of Ukraine … within just 24 hours.

& # 39; And these are the crimes that parents have reported to the police despite their fear and anxiety about doing so.

& # 39; We can only guess how many latent sexual crimes against children we have in the country. & # 39;

In a horrific recent case, 11-year-old Daria Lukyanenko from the Odessa region was murdered after fighting & # 39; against an alleged attempted rape attempt by a friend of the Nikolay Tarasov family, 22.

Her body was found after a six-day search for village dredging and the man was detained for attempted rape and murder.

Hundreds attended her funeral and the defendant's mother Maria revealed & # 39; publicly & # 39; her son.

Previously armed police intervened after his parental home was besieged by angry residents.

The tightening of the law on sexual crimes with children was adopted at a special session of the Verkhovna Rada, the parliament of Ukraine.

Radical party leader Oleg Lyashko, who proposed the castration movement, said: & # 39; Ukrainian law has no life or death penalty for sexual crimes against children.

& # 39; And it is very unlikely that the rapist would not be back to his & # 39; company & # 39; after release from prison. & # 39;

Ukrainian men aged 18 to 65 who are found guilty of rape or sexual abuse of children will be chemically neutered according to new laws (stock photo)

Ukrainian men aged 18 to 65 who are found guilty of rape or sexual abuse of children will be chemically neutered according to new laws (stock photo)

Ukrainian men aged 18 to 65 who are found guilty of rape or sexual abuse of children will be chemically neutered according to new laws (stock photo)

Under the new legislation, Ukraine must also set up a public register of pedophiles imprisoned for child rape and sexual abuse of minors.

Such criminals will be checked for life by the police after release from prison.

In another movement, the maximum prison sentence for rape a child was increased from 12 to 15 years.

Another former Soviet state, Kazakhstan, also allows the chemical castration of sex offenders.

This followed a report in which the child rapes were doubled in the period between 2010 and 2014 to around 1,000 per year.

Ukraine has not indicated which chemical cocktail it will use.

But Kazakhstan has bought shares in Cyproteron, a steroidal anti-androgen that has been developed to fight cancer, with doctors who give the injections.

& # 39; It causes a reduction in libido & # 39 ;, said urologist Dr. Mirzakhmet Zhanadilov. & # 39; The medicine is different for each person.

& # 39; That is, medication that is sufficient for one person to prevent repeated (sexual) harm, others may be resistant to it.

& # 39; For them, we not only manage the drug, but also test testosterone. & # 39;

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