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Kyrgyzstan Court Rules in Favor of Conscientious Objectors

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Kyrgyzstan Court Rules in Favor of Conscientious Objectors

BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan—The Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Kyrgyzstan unanimously declared on November 19, 2013, that the country’s current law on alternative service is unconstitutional and violates the right of freedom of religion. The Court directed the government to amend the law to allow for genuine alternative civilian service for those who, for reasons of conscience, object to military service.


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