Rejected petition Aggressively prosscecute & JAIL Female Genital Mutilators the parents, Butcher's & any accomplices.

The Welsh Government, Welsh Police Forces & Child Protection Agencies including the Child Commisioner, Social Services, Church in Wales, NSPCC & other Children's Charities are complicit in allowing this Butchery to not only take place but in Wales as well. France is leading the way to STOP this wicked and evil practice which leaves the victim with whole life trauma. People in power need outing and sacking and it begins with the First Minister & the Children's Commisioner for Wales.

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France's tough stance on female genital mutilation is working.
Parents and 'cutters' have been jailed in France but concerns remain that parents go abroad – including to UK – for FGM.
Type 4: This includes all other harmful procedures to the female genitalia for non-medical purposes, e.g. pricking, piercing, incising, scraping and cauterizing the genital area.

It is also referred to by a number of different names including female circumcision or cutting, and by other terms, such as sunna, gudniin, halalays, tahur, megrez and khitan, among others.

FGM is commonly carried out on girls from infancy and before age 15 as it is usually done before the child reaches puberty.

To date noone has bee proscecuted in Wales despite between:- 01/04/2018 – 31/03/2021 children in the South Wales Police Area ONLY had BUTCHERS main children from the age of:
Under 2 – 94
Under 5 – 57
Under 10 – 67
Under 16 – 39

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