' ' All have right to the religion and conscience, thought freedom; this right implies the freedom to move of religion or certainty, as well as the freedom to in common reveal the religion or certainty, alone or, as much in public as in private, for education, for it practises for the cult and ritos' '. xiv the Universal Declaration still establishes the obligation state for its guarantees through the Pact of Civil laws and Politicians of 1966 and ratified by Brazil in 2 of January of 1992. ' ' 1. All person will have right to the religion and conscience, thought freedom. This right will imply the freedom to have or to adopt a religion or belief of its choice and the freedom of it professes its religion or belief, individual or collectively, in such a way public as private, by means of the cult, of the celebration of rites, practical and education. 2.
Nobody could be submitted the coercitive measures that can restrict its freedom to have or to adopt the religion or belief of its choice. 3. The freedom to reveal the proper religion or belief will be subjects the penalty of limitations foreseen in laws and that if they make necessary to protect the public security, order, health or the moral or the rights and the freedoms of the too much people. 4. The State-parts in the present Pact commit to respect it the freedom of the parents e, when it will be the case, of the legal tutors to assure to the children proper the religious and moral education that is in accordance with its convices.' ' xv Some aspects shows devoid of a comment is for its transcendentais aspects, is for its familiar imposition or infantile indoctrination, either for its proper one institutionalization. Inside of the transcendental aspect in them it is the doubt of as to define what he is or not religious and as to characterize this, understanding that the constatao of these facts is not possible empirically, on the other hand, which the limits of what it is the proper religion and its interference in the State.