Common Provisions for Chapters One and T

Common Provisions for Chapters One and Two

Common Provisions for Chapters One and Two

Common Provisions for Chapters One and Two

- Constitution of Slovakia

Part Eight - Common Provisions for Chapters One and Two

Article 51
The rights listed under
Article 35,
Article 36,
Article 37 section 4, Articles 38 through 42, and Articles 44 through 46 of this Constitution can be claimed only within the limits of the laws that execute those provisions.
Article 52
(1) Wherever the term "citizen" is used in Chapters One and Two of this Constitution, this is understood to mean citizen of the Slovak Republic.
(2) Foreign nationals enjoy in the Slovak Republic basic human rights and liberties guaranteed by this Constitution, unless these are expressly granted only to citizens.
(3) Wherever the term "citizen" is used in previous legal regulations, this is understood to mean every person, wherever this concerns the rights and liberties that this Constitution extends regardless of citizenship.
Article 53
The Slovak Republic grants asylum to foreign nationals persecuted for upholding political rights and liberties. Asylum may be denied to those who acted at variance with basic human rights and liberties. Details will be defined by law.
Article 54
The law may restrict the right of judges and prosecutors to engage in entrepreneurial and other activity and the right listed under
Article 29 section 2; the right of employees of state administration bodies and territorial self-administration bodies in designated functions listed under
Article 37 section 4; and the rights of members of armed forces and armed corps listed under Articles 27 and 28, if these are related to the execution of their duties. The law may restrict the right to strike for persons in professions that are vital for the protection of life and health.

Constitution of Slovakia

Preamble
Basic Provisions
Basic Rights and Freedoms
General Provisions
Basic Human Rights and Liberties
Political Rights
Rights of National Minorities and Ethnic Groups
Economic Social and Cultural Rights
Protection of the Environment and the Cultural Heritage
Protection by the Court
Common Provisions for Chapters One and Two
Economy of the Slovak Republic
Supreme Control Office
Territorial Self Administration
Legislative Power
National Council of the Slovak Republic
Referendum
Executive Power
President of the Slovak Republic
Government of the Slovak Republic
Judicial Power
Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic
Courts of the Slovak Republic
Prosecutor Office of the Slovak Republic
Transitional and Final Provisions
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