are in the MOST Phase I website (1994-2003).
The MOST Phase II website is available at: www.unesco.org/shs/most.
Article 4 [Unity, No Discrimination]
(1) The State foundation is laid on the unity of the Romanian people.Article 6 [Minorities]
(1) The State recognizes and guarantees the right of persons belonging to national minorities, to the preservation, development, and expression of their ethnic, cultural, linguistic, and religious identity.Article 7 [Romanians Abroad]
The State shall support the strengthening of links with the Romanians living abroad and shall act accordingly for the preservation development and expression of their ethnic, cultural, linguistic, and religious identity under observance of the legislation of the State of which they are citizens.Article 29 [Religion]
(1) Freedom of thought, opinion, and religious beliefs may not be restricted in any form whatsoever. No one may be compelled to embrace an opinion or religion contrary to his own convictions.Article 30 [Expression]
(1) Freedom of expression of thoughts, opinions, or beliefs, and freedom of any creation, by words, in writing, in pictures, by sounds, or other means of communication in public are inviolable.Article 32 [Education]
(7) The State shall ensure the freedom of religious education, in accordance with the specific requirements of each religious cult. In public schools, religious education is organized and guaranteed by law.Article 44 [Family]
(2) The terms for entering into marriage, dissolution, and nullity of marriage, shall be established by law. Religious wedding may be celebrated only after civil marriage.Article 72
(1) Parliament passes constitutional, organic, and ordinary laws.Note: Further information on the constitutional background of Romania is provided by the International Constitutional Law Project at the University of Wuerzburg.
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