Basic components of the Society

Basic components of the Society

Basic components of the Society

Basic components of the Society

- Constitution of Qatar

Basic components of the Society

Article 18 The Qatari society shall be based on justice, kindness, freedom, equality and morals.
Article 19 The State shall preserve the principles of the society and maintain security, stability and equal opportunities to the citizens.
Article 20 The State shall work on consolidating the spirit of national unity, cooperation and fraternity among all citizens.
Article 21 The family shall be the foundation of the society. Its pillars shall be religion, morals and love for the nation. The law shall organise means of protecting the family, supporting its principles, bolstering its ties, preserving ideals of matrimony, childhood and the elderly.
Article 22 The State shall extend care to the young generation and protect them from influences of corruption, from exploitation, from physical, mental and spiritual negligence, and provide adequate circumstances for developing its creativity in different fields with improved education.
Article 23 The State shall care for the public health and provide means of prevention from diseases and epidemics, and medical treatment according to the law.
Article 24 The State shall promote science, arts, national cultural heritage, and preserve them, and encourage scientific research.
Article 25 Education shall be a significant foundation for the progress of the society. The State shall promote education.
Article 26 Private ownership of property, capital and business are fundamental to the social ethos of the State. They are personal rights having a social function and shall be organised by the law.
Article 27 Private ownership of property shall be protected. No one shall be deprived from such ownership, unless because of public interest in circumstances stipulated by the law, in a way that the law stipulates, provided it is with a fair compensation.
Article 28 The State shall assure the freedom of economic activity on the basis of social justice and balanced cooperation between the public and private sectors to achieve social and economic development, and to increase production, achieve welfare of the people, and improve their standard of living, and provide work opportunity to them according to the provisions of the law.
Article 29 Natural wealth and resources are the property of the State. It shall preserve these and maintain an optimal utilisation from them in accordance with the provisions of the law.
Article 30 The relationship between employees and employers shall be based on social justice and shall be organised by the law.
Article 31 The State shall promote investment and shall work on providing all necessary facilities and guarantees for it.
Article 32 The law shall organise the State loans.
Article 33 The State shall work to protect the environment and ecological balance so as to achieve sustainable development for the generations to come.

Constitution of Qatar

State and the Bases of the Rule
Basic components of the Society
General Rights and Duties
Organisation of Authorities
General Provisions
Emir
Legislative Authority
Executive Authority
Judicial Authority
Final Provisions
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