Press Fredom Act (1881) (excerpts)

Press Freedom Act of 29 July 1881

ARTICLE 24
Incitement to discrimination, hatred or violence on account of origin or membership of a racial or religious group
those who, by one of the means set forth at Article 23*, incite hatred or violence against a person or group of persons on account of their origin or membership or non-membership of a given ethnic group, nation, race or religion, or his true or supposed sexual orientation or gender identity.

*ARTICLE 23
speeches, shouts or threats expressed in public places or meetings, or by written words, printed matter, drawings, engravings, paintings, emblems, pictures or any other written, spoken or pictorial aid, sold or distributed, offered for sale or displayed in public places or meetings, either by posters or notices displayed for public view, or by any means of electronic communication.