Education and culture

Education and culture

- Constitution of East Timor
Education and culture
- The Constitution and Laws of the Democratic Republic of East Timor

Education and culture

Section 59

(Education and culture)

1. The State shall recognise and guarantee that every citizen has the right to education and culture, and it is incumbent upon it to promote the establishment of a public system of universal and compulsory basic education that is free of charge in accordance with its possibilities and in conformity with the law.

2. Everyone has the right to equal opportunities for education and vocational training.

3. The State shall recognise and supervise private and co-operative education.

4. The State should ensure the access of every citizen, in accordance to their abilities, to the highest levels of education, scientific research and artistic creativity.

5. Everyone has the right to cultural enjoyment and creativity and the duty to preserve, protect and value cultural heritage.


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International relations
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State of exception
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Social security and assistance
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Intellectual property
Environment
Source and exercise of power
Participation by citizens in political life
Principle of renewal
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Previous law
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Transformation of the Constituent Assembly
Second Transitional Government
Presidential election of 2002
Entry into force of the Constitution
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