Possible limitations to freedom of expression about religious matters in Georgia
The present paper examines how limitations to
freedom of expression about religious matters
are practiced and presents subsequent recommendations
for the Government of Georgia.
The need to enact laws that regulate insults to
religion and religious feelings has been the subject
of much debate over the recent years in
Georgia, largely driven by the goal of protecting
the dominant religious group from criticism.
Criminalization of freedom of expression about
religious matters creates ambiguity in terms of
its enforcement and produces risks of disproportionate
interference with freedom of expression.
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