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Title: The right to conscientious objection
Authors: Frendo, Michael
Keywords: Conscientious objection -- Malta
Conscientious objectors -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Malta
International law and human rights -- Malta
Issue Date: 1975
Publisher: Għaqda Studenti tal-Liġi
Citation: Frendo, M. (1975). The right to conscientious objection. Id-Dritt, 5, 31-48.
Abstract: Conscientious objection is the assertion of moral conviction as a basis for defiance of what the law prescribes. It is an inner feeling of moral obligation not to comply with legal norms which you consider wrong; a refusal to aid, or participate in, acts which to you are morally reprehensible.
Appears in Collections:Id-Dritt : Volume 05 : May 1975
Id-Dritt : Volume 05 : May 1975

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