The Supreme administrative court in France must lift ban on meetings in houses of worship

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France’s Council of state has instructed the government, the absolute ban on meetings in the houses of God to lift. Instead, the government had to adopt measures in the fight against the Coronavirus is appropriate and services to enable informed, the Council of state as Supreme administrative court on Monday. Freedom of religion is a fundamental right – count also, collectively, in ceremonies in houses of worship to participate. You must, however, be with the health in the line.

Despite the loosening of God services are available in France until at least 2. June prohibited. Except for about funerals. With a view to the fact that in France, a Meeting of up to ten people since the beginning of the are loosely permitted, whether the prohibition of an absolute Assembly in the houses of God, not relatively, it said. The Council of state urged the Prime Minister to adopt, within eight days, the rules, the meetings in religious facilities allow. The ban is a serious violation of freedom of religion.

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