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THE CONSTITUTION
OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND

of 2 April, 1997
(Dziennik Ustaw of 16 July, 1997, No. 78, item 483)

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Article 37

1. Anyone, being under the authority of the Polish State, shall enjoy the freedoms and rights ensured by the Constitution.
2. Exemptions from this principle with respect to foreigners shall be specified by statute.

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Article 52

1. Freedom of movement as well as the choice of place of residence and sojourn within the territory of the Republic of Poland shall be ensured to everyone.
2. Everyone may freely leave the territory of the Republic of Poland.
3. The freedoms specified in paras. I and 2 above may be subject to limitations specified by statute.
4. A Polish citizen may not be expelled from the country nor forbidden to return to it.
5. Anyone whose Polish origin has been confirmed in accordance with statute may settle permanently in Poland.

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