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Name: Constitution of Georgia of 24 August 1995.
Country: Georgia
Subject(s): Constitutional law
Type of legislation: Constitution
Adopted on: 1995-08-24
Entry into force:
ISN: GEO-1995-C-46127
Bibliography: Constitutions of the Countries of the World, 2011-03, [Consitution as amended to 2010], Oxford University Press, New York, USA
The Constitution of Georgia (in English) The Constitution of Georgia (in English) Parliament of Georgia PDF PDF (consulted on 2005-11-15)
Abstract/Citation: Chapter II deals with citizenship, fundamental human rights and freedoms. It provides, inter alia, for equality before the law regardless of race, skin color, language, sex, religion, political and other beliefs, national ethnic and social membership, origin, property and class status, and place of residence. Freedom of speech, thought, conscience, religion and beliefs is guaranteed. Section 26 provides for the right to establish and join a trade union and section 33 recognizes the right to strike.
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