The constitution provides for freedom of religion and prohibits discrimination based on religious belief. Individuals have the right to change their religion. Rastafarians stated the government’s prohibition of marijuana affected their religious rituals. Rastafarians also stated they faced extra scrutiny from police and immigration officials and their children faced discrimination in schools.
There were no reports of significant societal actions affecting religious freedom.
The U.S. embassy engaged representatives of the government and civil society on religious freedom issues.