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Armenia Constitution

Adopted on: 5 July 1995
Official Title: Constitution of the Republic of Armenia

Article 23 []
Everyone is entitled to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. The
freedom to exercise one's religion and beliefs may only be restricted by law
on the grounds prescribed in Article 45 of the Constitution.

Article 48 []
Everyone shall uphold the Constitution and the laws, and respect the rights,
freedoms and dignity of others.
The exercise of rights and freedoms shall not serve toward the violent
overthrow of the Constitutional order, for the instigation of national, racial, or
religious hatred or for the incitement to violence and war.

Note: Further information on the constitutional background of Armenia is provided by the International Constitutional Law Project at the University of Wuerzburg.


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