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Old 09-08-2010, 00:27   #3
dogukansavas

 
Varsayılan

Sayın Emre Saygın,

Ne yazık ki "seçim" ifadesi birşeyin olmaması değil olmasını seçmekle alaklıdır. Bu nedenle birisinin din hanesini boş seçmesi insan hakkı ihlalinin sona erdirilmesi manasına gelmediği gibi, tabir yerindeyse işgüzarlık daha ağır bir ifade ile ise çakallıktır.

Konu ile ilgili olarak Avrupa İnsan Hakları Mahkemesi'nin aşağıdaki içtahatı yön gösterici olabilir:

Sinan Işık vs Turkey (21924/05)

The Government further contended that since the law of 2006 the applicant, in any event, could no longer claim that he was a victim of a violation of Article 9, because since then all Turkish citizens had been entitled to request that the information about religion on their identity cards be changed or that the appropriate entry be left blank. On this point the Court found that the law had not affected its assessment of the situation. The fact of having to apply to the authorities in writing for the deletion of the religion in civil registers and on identity cards, and similarly, the mere fact of having an identity card with the “religion” box left blank, obliged the individual to disclose, against his or her will, information concerning an aspect of his or her religion or most personal convictions. That was undoubtedly at odds with the principle of freedom not to manifest one’s religion or belief.