Adultery Claims Unconstitutional, Null & Void from Here on Out

Finally, the government, the legislature’s, doing SOMETHING, to protect the party that stayed, TRUE in a marriage here, it’s about time too!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

“Can Our Marriages be Protected Under the Legislature?” the Grand Justice Made it Clear on the 791st, Most Justices Believed, that the Government should NOT Intervene into People’s Private Lives in Marriage, and Proclaimed the Charges of Adultery Unconstitutional.  And, on the Criminal Front, “Can Toss the Case Against the Cheating Spouses”, Gives the Long-Term Blames to Only the Other Man or the Other Woman, and this Was Also, Against the Equal Rights Act, Also Declared, Unconstitutional as Well, These Two Formerly Instated Laws are Immediately, Unconstitutional.

Five Who were Charged with Adultery & Put in Jail Released, Over Hundreds of Cases are, Tossed

This was another historical, and debatable interpretation from the grand justice since the 748th legislature, allowing the rights of same-sex couples to be valid, but this was also, quite, controversial.  There were, five inmates who were released for being charged and serving time for adultery yesterday, the district attorney’s offices, and all the local court systems are now, reviewing over hundreds of the cases of adultery, and, doing away with the “free slaps on the wrists” clause, the justice and legislative departments are also, working fast, to slash these laws right now.

Back in 2002, the Grand Justice made the 554th explanation on Criminal Law #239, back then, the Grand Justice believed, that marriage and families are a basis for the society, that these were, protected under the constitution, declared adultery as a chargeable offense.

But with the changes in the society, there were, nineteen justices who, while overseeing the cases of adultery, believed, that the explanations had, obstructed the basic human rights, and asked for a reinterpretation of the legislation; there are six other cases of found guilty adultery cases, which the grand justice is now, reviewing over too.  The new explanation of the legislation given by the grand justice tossed away the 554th from eighteen years ago.

And yesterday was also the first time when the Grand Justice went on air, with the head justice, Hsu telling the masses the reason why they’d, reinterpreted the laws, the grand justices believed, that with the society becoming freer and freer, and the various forms of what constitute as a legal marriage, they’d taken into considerations the marriages laws of other democracies, that the self-governing nature of individuals in a marriage is affirmed, and that the legislation needed to, reflect just that.

Using Criminal Punishments to Maintain a Marriage, Brings about a Negative Effect

The head justice pointed out, that sexual independence is the key point of individual rights, and it’s closely related to humanity and dignity, that the laws are related to basic human rights, that the criminal claims of adultery should reflect that, and, in order to judge on the matter, the issue should be examined, more closely.

The grand justice believed, that the constitution grants people the right of freedom in marriage without any intervention from the government, including whether or not we marry, who we marriage, and getting divorced by the willingness of both parties involved.  Whether or not the marriage is good, happy, it’s reliant on both individuals’ hard work, that it wouldn’t do much good, by criminally punishing those who’d not fulfilled the obligations of a marriage, that it may, cause a negative effect even.

The reasons of the new interpretations also mentioned, that the adultery charges not only restricted citizens’ sexual freedoms, in the process of pursuing, of judging the cases, it naturally invaded into the privacies of citizens, which gives the country the power, to invade into, our privacies.

The Grand Justice pointed out, that the country’s using criminal methods to punish those who hadn’t followed the rules of marriage although this punished the party who’d been unfaithful, but it can, also have a negative effect on the marriage too, and believed that the criminal charges of adultery is against the 22nd basic human rights legislature.

The Other Man/Woman Solely Shouldered the Responsibilities for the Infidelities, Against the Equality Act

Toward the clause of how the spouses can drop the charges against their separate spouses on the criminal front, the Grand Justice believed, that as the adultery charges against the spouses are withdrawn, usually, the individuals already made the decisions whether or not to continue staying married, that pursuing the other man/woman served the purpose of “revenge”, and in the end, only the other man/woman solely shouldered the responsibilities, that this goes against the seventh of Equal Rights Clause.

The explanations of this pointed out, that the country has the responsibilities to rid of gender discriminations, to push forth equal gender rights, and, the precedence found, that the women are found guilty more often than men, which clearly showed, how imbalanced this particular clause had been.

Toward the Head Grand Justice’s explanations, ten of the grand justices had minor things to add.

And so, this gives the spouses the right, it brings us, closer to gender equality, because now, not just women will be, ostracized from the adultery charges like in the past, both sexes of the cheating parties WILL get charged, and this is one step closer, to getting toward, equal rights for both sexes, still a long way to go, but at least, the country’s, going somewhere now!

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