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Japanese govt. submits relief bill for victims of religious groups

Summary by Ground News
Japan's government has put forward a bill to help the financial victims of religious corporations. That includes the religious group, formerly known as the Unification Church. The legislation would ban corporate entities from soliciting donations from followers. Violators could be punished with up to one year in prison, or a fine.
Published 2 months ago

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Japanese govt. submits relief bill for victims of religious groups

Japan's government has put forward a bill to help the financial victims of religious corporations.

2 months ago
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