Paper Wonders about Religious Freedom
Ljubljana, 18 June - The Slovenian Constitution grants religious communities equality and the right to operate freely. Yet in practice, some religious communities have not been obliged to get registered at all, some could get a registration without any difficulties and without having to meet any requirements, while there is also a group of those communities which sought registration in the late 1990s, but have been denied this option under the same legislation, a daily notes in Wednesday's edition.
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