Constitution Chapter - Fundamental Rights of Humans and Animals

Guarantee of Individual Independent Rights

Sovereignty of the Individual

Right to Buy and Sell Human Organs

Right to Property

Deformities Which Generate Legal Inconsistencies

Rights of the Mentally Incompetent

Discrimination by the State and by Substantial Monopolies

Right to Surveillance and Recording

Right to Secrecy

Privacy of Births and Deaths

Right to Self-Defense and Defense of Others

Right to Suicide

Criminal Incitement Prohibition

False Incitement Prohibition

Right to Communicate

On Rescue

On Moral Offense


Freedom of Clothing and Appearance

Freedom of Movement


Non-compulsion to Purchase or Engage

The Right to Carry Weapons

Constraints on Use of Force

On Citizens Abroad

Animal Rights

On Harassment

On Cohabitation

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