What is FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION?

Right to be with other people for a legal reason, cause or purpose, with no bias or interference. A government may be required to allow its citizens to join a particular organization. The bylaws of the organization may yet prohibit accepting some and excluding others. An example is freedom of religion.

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