Shutting Down the Place of Worship as a Form of Religious Intolerance

Calvin Lucky Krisnadi, Fransisca Fitriana Riani Candra Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada Abstract Rights and freedom to choose religion or belief within the people of Indonesia are guaranteed by Article 28 E, 28 I, and 29 Paragraph (2) Indonesian Constitution. Indonesian citizens are also obligated to choose a religion based on Pancasila ideology. […]

Constitutional Debate on Religion and Secularism in Indonesia and India

Muhammad Bahrul Ulum, LL.M. University of Jember, Faculty of Law Ayuningtyas Saptarini, S,H. Universitas Jember, Faculty of Law Abstract This article investigates the origin of the evolution of constitutional debate on religion and secularism in Indonesia and India and provides an account of prospects and challenges on cultural proximities in the constitutional development. […]