The constitution provides for freedom of worship and freedom to change religion and practice religion. The constitution protects individuals from taking oaths contradictory to their beliefs, participating in events and activities of religions not their own if they do not wish to participate, or receiving religious education they do not wish to receive. It also dictates no law shall be put in place contradicting the aforementioned provisions protecting religious freedom. Although there is legislation outlawing blasphemous language, it is not enforced. The constitution prohibits members of the clergy from running for elected office.
Religious groups are required to incorporate in order to own property. They must register with the government by submitting an application to the Inland Revenue Department to receive tax and duty-free concessions, especially for building and renovation.
Public schools are secular.
The law prohibits the use of marijuana, including for religious purposes.