Dopad novelizácie zákona o náboženstvách na Katolícku cirkev v Číně



Rok publikování 2018
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Popis The Chinese government has regulated all public religious activity for many years. The churches´ experience would suggest that the state generally considers religious groups as potential challengers to the authority of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The CCP considers it one of its basic roles to make sure that religion will not interfere with the state’s power or harm its citizens. A revision of the Regulation on Religious Affairs took effect in 2018, updating the regulations of 2004. As the regulation has been enforced only recently, it is essential to consider its content, particularly the changes it has introduced. These changes have an impact on all religious groups in China, although the implications are potentially more serious for some of them than for others. For example, the Catholic church in China has strong links with the worldwide Catholic church, so several articles of the new regulation are likely to have a serious impact on Catholics.
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