Calls to cut red tape for places of worship
The Jakarta Post
While praising the Jakarta administration’s decision to allow religious activities at the National Monument (Monas) park compound, a commitment to cut bureaucratic red tape for religious communities planning to build places of worship is much more needed by minority religions.
According to the 2006 joint ministerial decree between the Home Ministry and the Religious Affairs Ministry, the ...
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