The Hudood laws in Pakistan cover sexual crimes. Under them, women are actually imprisoned for being victims of rape. But these laws will not be changed, even in the new, anti-extremist Pakistan. From Pakistan’s Dawn, with thanks to Nicolei:
ISLAMABAD June 15: Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali on Tuesday declared in unequivocal terms that the government will not make any un-Islamic amendment to the Hudood Ordinance under external or individual pressure.
Speaking at a meeting of women parliamentarians of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Q at the residence of party president Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, the prime minister said: “Parliament is the proper platform for making or amending any law and whatever changes will be proposed in any law of the land, including the Hudood Ordinance, they will come through parliament.” …
He said the proposed amendments to the Hudood ordinance would first be sent to the Islamic Ideology Council for its advice before taking them to parliament’s debate and approval.
He said that in a parliamentary democratic dispensation any amendment could only be brought about through parliament and the parliament itself was not authorized under constitution to pass any law repugnant to Islam.
He, however, said that any man-made law would be considered carefully for amendment for which the government was not in a hurry. He said the government would only follow those principles as had been laid down by Islam.