Christianity At Risk In Vietnam Amid Restrictions On Religious Freedom

November 28, 2016

Religious freedom in Vietnam is at serious risk following the passing of the country's first ever Law on Belief and Religion last week. The law passed on November 18, despite concerns that it does not conform to international standards on freedom of religion or belief, Christian Solidarity Worldwide has warned.

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