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Freedom of Religion or Belief

 

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The Constitution of Romania of 1991, with amendments from 2003, prescribes and guarantees the freedom of religion. Individuals cannot be restricted in their freedom of [thought, opinion and] religion, nor be compelled to embrace a specific religion. Religious denominations have the right to organize themselves freely and enjoy state support as prescribed by law, and any forms, means, acts or actions of religious enmity among religious denominations are prohibited. 


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