Bolivia 2015 — International Religious Freedom Report

Executive Summary The constitution stipulates the state is independent of all religion and provides for “freedom of thought, spirituality, religion and cult, expressed individually or collectively, in public and in private.” The constitution and other laws give educational institutions the right to teach religion and indigenous spiritual belief classes. Some religious organizations, led predominantly by ...
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Bolivia 2014 — International Religious Freedom Report

Executive Summary The constitution states the government is independent of all religion and provides guarantees for religious freedom and spiritual rights.  Some religious organizations, predominantly led by evangelical Christian denominations, expressed concern about registration requirements that they stated could threaten their tax-exempt status and favored particular religious groups.  On July 30, the concerned groups submitted ...
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