Despite a Constitutional Court decision finding a right to conscientious objection, a South Korean Jehovah's Witness is facing trial. He objects to the fact that alternative service -- now permitted -- lasts too long and must be performed in a prison or other correctional institution. Details here
. Amnesty International is on the cas
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