Artur Pawlowski, a Protestant preacher in Canada, was ordered on October 13 to recite government propaganda before criticising government health orders in public.
Pawlowski became world famous for being arrested while resisting Covid-19 measures. On November 25, Alberta's Court of Appeal suspended the forced speech ruling until June 14, when the main hearing will take place.
The ruling wanted Pawlowski and his brother to say that “the majority of medical experts favour social distancing, mask wearing” and “participation in a vaccination program,” and that the controversial Covid jabs “save lives.”
RebelNews.com calls the now suspended ruling “Soviet-style,” although there is no evidence that the Soviet Union ever imposed such a measure.