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New law criminalizes evangelism in Bolivia

New law criminalizes evangelism in Bolivia

A Prayer Alert from the World Evangelical Alliance On 15 December, Bolivian lawmakers approved a new penal code, which effectively criminalizes evangelism in the country. According to the National Association of Evangelicals in Bolivia (ANDEB), the new provisions in Article 88 of the penal code states: “Whoever recruits, transports, deprives of freedom or hosts people with the aim of recruiting […]

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