Nepal to Ban Free Speech, Restrict Religious Conversion
August 24, 2017
Indian neighbor and only Hindu nation of the world Nepal is going to ban free speech and restrict religious freedom from next week as the Nepalese president Bidhya Devi Bhandari, is expected to sign a bill next week, which will severely restrict religious freedom in her country. On 8 August, the Nepali Parliament passed legislation criminalizing religious conversion and the hurting of religious feelings.
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