Khmer-Krom: Viet Namese Restrictions on Freedom of Religion

Even though the Vietnamese Constitution formally recognises the right of all minorities to freely exercise their own faiths, the restrictions imposed in practice pose a serious threat to the freedom of communities to practice their religions. The complex system of permissions designed by the Vietnamese legislation represents a considerable obstacle for these communities, which often adds to the harassment and violence committed by the State apparatus against religious activists and figures.

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