The project against hate crimes has essentially died. It seems strange at first that anyone would be against punishing hate crimes but the actual issue behind this is that the text of the project is criticized as being too broad and affecting the freedom of expression.
The text would punish with jail time anyone who disagrees with a resolution of a judge on the existence of a genocide and those who promote hatred against groups including those defined by political opinion.
The bill would also punish people who are part of discriminatory organizations, even if they do not carry out any violent action. Here is where it seems that they would be punished for their beliefs. Should people be punished for believing something hateful or only if they act on those beliefs with hate crimes?
31 deputies are against the text so it is impossible to advance unless the text is changed significantly. Likely, either th