Religious Freedom of Catholics in China
25 September 2019, 16-19
Contrary to other courts in several countries, the Belgian judges dangerously intruded into the internal organization of a religious group.
Passed in first reading by the National Assembly, the law is now in the Senate. The text is better than the original draft, but problems remain.
Many do not understand how shunning exactly works. Erroneous representations of the practice may have influenced the Ghent judges.
Catholics, Evangelicals, and famous comedians all claim that the draft “Hate Crime and Public Order Bill” threatens free speech and religious liberty.
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