Voyeurism offences increasing in BelgiumMonday, 10 September 2018 17:42
Deputy Koenraad Degroote had requested these figures from the Minister of the Interior, Jan Jambon. The 2017 explosion cannot be considered apart from the "Me Too" movemebt, born in the wake of the Weinstein affair. Following accusations of rape and sexual harassment against American film producer Harvey Weinstein, a movement denouncing these acts spread worldwide.
In Belgium, voyeurism is punishable as such since 1 February 2016. Violators risk six-month to five-year jail sentences.
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