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Right to conscientious objection

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Right to conscientious objection

Citizens are not obliged in conscience to follow the prescriptions of civil authority if their said precepts are contrary to the rule or demands of ethical/moral order, order against the fundamental rights of persons—especially so when the persons concerned are normal in their psychological constitution and consequent ethical/moral standards. The “Voice of Right Conscience” is wherefore something that is binding to the person concerned to follow and abide with—especially so when it is clear and firm

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