The Possibilities of Association for Religious Purposes in Poland as a Reflection of the Positivisation of the Law in the Field of the Freedom of Conscience and Religion
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The freedom of forming associations to implement purposes related to the fulfilment of religious beliefs is a libertarian right originating from the ingerent dignity of the person. The guarantees of this right are provided by the Constitution of the Republic of Poland, international agreements ratified by Poland, as well as various statutes. Special types of possibilities and forms of associations for religious purposes is specified by the statute o gwarancjach wolności sumienia i wyznania, by individual statutes regulating the status of the state and individual churches and other religious denominations, as well as by the statute Prawo o stowarzyszeniach. Norms specifying the conditions for the existence and functioning of religious denominations, organisations and other associations for religious purposes, which have been discussed in the present study, may be undoubtedly regarded as a symptom of the positivisation of law in the field of the freedom of conscience and religion.
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