TALLINN - The Estonian Justice Ministry’s idea to amend laws so as to ban clothing that conceals the wearer’s face in some public institutions and for persons performing public duties requires a broader discussion, feedback indicates.
“The issue that prompted the most discussion in society was restricting the wearing of face covering clothing,” the ministry’s PR chief Riina Solman told BNS on Monday, commenting on other ministries’ and NGOs’ reactions to the Justice Ministry’s intention to draft amendments to the Penal Code and the La...
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