During the debates in the Malaysian Parliament on the adoption of amendments to the law on domestic violence MP from the ruling party «Barisan Nasional» stated that the refusal of the women from sex with her husband is «psychological and emotional violence», reports the BBC.
The MP said that although men are physically stronger than women, they often suffer from women is «heavy violence», which is reflected in the fact that women are verbally insulted her husband and deny him sex.
Mr. Che also raised in this context, the issue of polygamy, legalized in Malaysia. According to the Deputy, the deprivation of the Muslim of the opportunity to acquire several wives is also violence.
The statements of the Deputy has caused a wave of criticism from advocates for the rights of women, in particular from the daughter of the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad.
We will remind, in April, another Deputy from the ruling party of Malaysia has also caused outrage after saying that rapists can marry their victims.