A proposed addition to the Weimar Constitution of Germany would grant broad religious freedom for everyone, regardless of their religious beliefs. This exact wording is not adopted in the final constitution, but the same principles are used.
The draft text states:
"There shall be complete freedom in matters of belief and conscience. No one shall be compelled to disclose his religious convictions.The authorities are only entitled to inquire to what religious group a person belongs, if rights or duties are involved.
The enjoyment of civil and state rights and admission to public office are independent of religious professions.
The free exercise of acts in connection with divine service is guaranteed within the limits of public order. No one can be forced to perform a church act or ceremony.
The freedom of association in religious groups is guaranteed. Civil and state duties may not suffer by the exercise of religious freedom."