Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, and worldview; this right includes freedom to profess and change religion or belief. The State does not officially declare any religion or belief, notwithstanding its recognition and free exercise in the public or private sphere, through worship, celebration of rites, spiritual practices, and teaching.
They may build temples, premises, and places of worship; maintain, protect, and have access to sacred places and those of spiritual relevance, rescue and preserve objects of worship or of sacred significance.
The State recognizes spirituality as an essential element of the human being. Religious and spiritual groups may be organized as legal entities in accordance with law. Respecting rights, duties and principles established by this Constitution. They may not pursue profit-making purposes and their assets shall be managed on a transparent basis in accordance with the provisions of the law.