Who would have thought that a human being could never die again? Is there a war?
Yes, you would rather see dim. There are some countries in the world where it is forbidden to die and it is against the law.
Consider why these cities are so unique:
1. Britiba Mitim – Brazil
This city is located in the state of Sao Paulo. Britain Mirim will have no more than 50,000 burial grounds. This has caused the dead to hide in the grave and to share the world.
The country’s editor-in-chief took an important step in holding a public hearing in 2005 calling for the law to be repealed. As a result, if a person dies, their family members are required to pay a fine or go to jail for a number of days in order to re-establish a place where they can dry up as a burial ground.
2. Itsukushima – Japan
Itsukushima or Miyajima is the property of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Japan which is also known as “Shrine Island”. The island was given this name because it was seen as a sacred deity itself and was home to many shrines and altars. So to see that the place was sacred because they had been stolen from the gods, they did not allow death or birth on the island to be played 1978.
3. Lanjarón – Spain
In 1999, Lanjaron’s editor-in-chief decreed death as long as the cemetery was full of survivors and no one could rest in peace. The city is located in the province of Granada Province.
One of the first steps they took was to joke and slow down the political process to draw attention to the issue. And when the law came into force, 4,000 people in the city were advised to stay in good health until a new cemetery was built.
4. Le Lavandou – France
It is a city in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. This city is famous for its many beaches and beautiful scenery and has become a thriving destination.
Legislation was passed here in 2000 against the death penalty in Le Lavandou.
5. Longyearbyen – Norway
5. Longyearbyen is a small town in Norway that is very well known for its charcoal production. Here, the weather is so cold that it becomes very cold and the corpses do not get damaged which can lead to the spread of the disease in humans. So according to the law, it is against the law for a person to die and be buried in Longyearben. In the event of a near death, the person will be transferred to “Mainland and other parts of Norway where there is no such law.”
6. Sarpourenx – France
In 2018, an editor issued an order to Sarpourenx that it became forbidden for citizens to fight for their right to die unless they had a father on a date for a burial within the already full tomb.
Authorities have issued various penalties for the perpetrators. The move also comes as a shock to the editorial side as the judge ordered against landing on people’s lands for the benefit of increasing the cemetery.
Sellia is a city in the province of Calabria in southern Italy where 65 percent of the population of over sixty-six lives there and can be over 65 years old.
An order was issued stating that the inhabitants of the town should not be sick at all not to mention death. This is to protect the population there.
The full text of the decree stipulates that the elderly must refuse to die even though it is a powerful way to force people to abide by this law so that people can remain in good health.
It seems that this is the only way the government editor can get the people to be in good health.
These reports are true but very strange!