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(1) The Republic of Angola shall be a secular State, and there shall be separation between the State and churches.Article 18 
(1) All citizens shall be equal under the law and shall enjoy the same rights and be subject to the same duties, without distinction as to color, race, ethnic group, sex, place of birth, religion, ideology, level of education or economic or social status.Article 45 
Freedom of conscience and belief shall be inviolable. The Angolan State shall recognize freedom of worship and guarantee its exercise, provided it does not conflict with public order and the national interest.Article 52 
(1) The exercise of the rights, freedoms and guarantees of citizens may be restricted or suspended only in accordance with the law if such constitute a threat to public order, community interests, individual rights, freedoms and guarantees, or in the event of the declaration, a state of siege or emergency, and such restrictions shall always be limited to necessary and adequate measures to maintain public order, in the interest of the community and the restoration of constitutional normality.Article 159 
Amendments to and approval of the Constitution of Angola shall comply with the following:Note: Further information on the constitutional background of Angola is provided by the International Constitutional Law Project at the University of Wuerzburg.
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