Posted by: becketfund | September 7, 2009

Kyrgyzstan: Government Drafts New Restrictive Religion Law

BISHKEK – The State Agency for Religious Affairs is developing a new Law on Religious Education and Educational Institutions that would impose further restrictions on the activities of religious organizations and educational institutions, Forum 18 reported on September 7. The draft would impose sweeping controls on who can open religious educational institutions, would ban all but approved and licensed institutions and ban individuals from seeking religious education abroad without state approval.

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