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Armenia

Constitution as adopted on 5 July 1995.

Article 12

    The state language of the Republic of Armenia is Armenian.

Article 15

    Citizens, regardless of national origin, race, sex, language, creed, political or other persuasion, social origin, wealth or other status, are entitled to all the rights and freedoms, and subject to the duties determined by the Constitution and the laws.

Article 37

    Citizens belonging to national minorities are entitled to the preservation of their traditions and the development of their language and culture.

Note: The complete text of the Constitution and further information on the constitutional background of Armenia are provided by the International Constitutional Law Project at the University of Bern.


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