Recognition of religion or belief in Greece
According to the SRR, conditions for RoRB in the Hellenic Republic are classified restrictive.
Greek Orthodox Church (GOC) is the state religion which has special constitutional status.
Recognition and registration look to be amalgamated rather than ideally differentiated; a system of vertical recognition and partial recognition exists; the former because of the two categories for religious groups – religious group and known religion – while the latter form of recognition emerges in the fact that registration with the government does not equate to the same recognised status as the GOC.
Members of some minorities continue to face both discrimination and legal barriers.
Multiformism is not allowed for.
The banning of proselytism demonstrates a significant setback for the Greek government's maintenance of high religious freedom standards; proselytism doesn't correspond to fraudulent means of conversion; although this law may be dormant or rarely enforced, its existence cannot be tolerated as part of sustaining high religious freedom standards.
There is an established system for legal registration despite it possessing some restrictive elements.
Equalise all provisions.
Establish provisions for existential recognition.
Remove restrictive elements from the existent system.
Revoke dormant laws on proselytism.
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