The requirement that an interference must be prescribed by law1 means that the measure must have a basis in domestic law and be sufficiently accessible, clear and foreseeable to allow individuals to regulate their conduct accordingly2. Thus whilst the state is precluded from interfering with a particular activity because it is a manifestation of religious belief, it is not restrained where a provision of general law incidentally prohibits or restricts a manifestation in pursuit of some other public interest
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