Hate Speech and Incitement to Violence
- Freedom of expression may only be restricted in limited cases, including when an expression seeks to destroy other established rights.
- Freedom of expression may only be restricted in limited cases, including in the interest of protecting the reputation and rights of others.
- Advocacy of national, racial, or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility, or violence should be prohibited by law.
- A silent period may be instituted immediately in advance of polling day, allowing voters to exercise their franchise freely and without undue pressure.