Anti-Witchcraft Law

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The Anti-Witchcraft is a Nova-Occitanian law published on the Union Bulletin on November 30, 2019 after a vote of the Second Amassada, with the aim of massively restricting the witchcraft activity.


The law was inspired by an old Canadian federal law who was recently decriminalized.[1]

Any person who fraudulently, as the case may be, is guilty of an offense punishable on summary conviction:

a) affects to exercise or employ something magic, sorcery, enchantment or conspiracy;
b) undertakes, for consideration, to tell the good fortune;

c) affected by his skill in some occult or magical science, or by his knowledge of such science, being able to discover where and how a thing supposed to have been stolen or lost can be found.

— Anti-Witchcraft Law[2]


The text was an initial motion subject to vote by the Democratic Party. The text was approved by 4 in favor for 2 against (the two votes were the deputies of the Montserrat party.