This is good news, but the fight obviously isn’t over:

Uganda’s parliament has adjourned without debating a controversial bill which includes the death penalty for some homosexual acts.

It had been reported that a vote could be held on Friday.

The Anti-Homosexuality Bill has been condemned by Western leaders and human rights groups, some of whom are celebrating “victory”.

The bill, first introduced in 2009, could still be brought up when the new parliament meets later this year.

David Bahati said, though, that he wants to reintroduce the bill when the new parliament comes back in February.  More chapters, sadly, will be written in this story.