The good the bad and the ugly
There are couple good ideas here, although I don't agree with internet filtering at all, if you're going to do it, being honest and upfront about it way more justifiable. That and an appeals process absolutely should be minimum requirements for any country than fancies itself democratic.
But some of the other provisions are troubling, especially from this paragraph: "The law also sets minimum sentences for those found guilty of 22 child abuse offences. New offences such as "grooming" have also been created. Employers get the right to obtain information on employees' previous sex offences."
Minimum sentences are generally bad idea, especially if we're talking about about child porn type crimes that don't directly hurt anyone. And trying to impose them at an international level strikes me as an *extraordinarily* bad idea.
Then there's the grooming thing. That worries me. Obviously it's valuable to be able to prosecute someone before they complete a criminal act, provided they were unambiguously trying to do so. But that's what attempted- crimes for. For instance in those internet sex stings (a la Criss Hansen) it's standard practice to nail the guy for attempted statutory rape. I see no reason they couldn't do the same when a real child is involved.
But if they're making "grooming" a separate crime, it sounds as if they intend to target acts that don't obviously lead to a specific crime, like simply befriending a child. And presumably they could take another step back and get you for "attempted grooming" which would be like saying "hi" to a kid or something. I'm only half joking.
Finally: "Employers get the right to obtain information on employees' previous sex offences." WTF. Unless the law is actually way more narrowly tailored than this description, that is... I don't even know. But it sounds like the first step towards either a system like the one the UK is working hard to get rid of right now or a US-style sex offender registry. And PLEASE, don't follow in our footsteps on that one, it's an unmitigated failure, it's just that no one is brave enough to fix it for fear of looking "soft on pedos".