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Alternative service in South Korea ?

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In the past, several lower courts acquitted objectors but the Supreme Court of Korea has not recognized objections and usually sentenced objectors to one and half years of imprisonment. Even the Constitutional Court has upheld the Supreme Court decisions.

However, a Gwangju court acquitted a conscientious objector (a follower of the Jehovah’s Witness religion) on May 12, which is expected to spur discussion on the legalization of alternative services...




It's like millions of prayers have been heard. :)

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