are in the MOST Phase I website (1994-2003).
The MOST Phase II website is available at: www.unesco.org/shs/most.
Section 5 
The Thai people, irrespective of their origins, sexes or religions, shall enjoy equal protection under this Constitution.Section 9 
The King is a Buddhist and Upholder of religions.Section 30 
All persons are equal before the law and shall enjoy equal protection under the law.Section 38 
A person shall enjoy full liberty to profess a religion, a religious sect or creed, and observe religious precepts or exercise a form of worship in accordance with his or her belief; provided that it is not contrary to his or her civic duties, public order or good morals.Section 66 
Every person shall have a duty to uphold the Nation, religions, the King and the democratic regime of government with the King as Head of the State under this Constitution.Section 73 
The State shall patronise and protect Buddhism and other religions, promote good understanding and harmony among followers of all religions as well as encourage the application of religious principles to create virtue and develop the quality of life.Section 106 
A person under any of the following prohibitions on the election day is disfranchised:Note: Further information on the constitutional background of Thailand is provided by the International Constitutional Law Project at the University of Wuerzburg.
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