22. Notwithstanding the rights conferred by this Constitution, nothing in this Article [Fundamental Rights] shall prevent the State from subjecting reasonable restriction by law, when it concerns:
a. The interests of the sovereignty, security, unity and integrity of Bhutan;
b. The interests of peace, stability and well-being of the nation;
c. The interests of friendly relations with foreign States;
d. Incitement to an offence on the grounds of race, sex, language, religion or region;
e. The disclosure of information received in regard to the affairs of the State or in discharge of official duties; or
f. The rights and freedom of others.
… (Art. 7)