Constitution (1991, amended 2005)

Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia

as promulgated in the Official Gazette 57/1991 and as subsequently amended (Official Gazettes 1/1992, 31/1998, 91/2001, 84/2003, 107/2005)

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Chapter II: Basic Human and Citizen’s Rights and Freedoms

Section 1: Civil and Political Rights and Freedoms

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Article 20

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The programmes and activities of political parties and other associations of citizens may not be directed at the violent destruction of the constitutional order of the Republic, or at encouragement or incitement to military aggression or ethnic, racial or religious hatred or intolerance.

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Section 3: Guarantees for the Basic Human Rights and Freedoms

Article 54

The restriction of freedoms and rights cannot discriminate on grounds of sex, race, colour of skin, language, religion, national or social origin, property or social status.

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Chapter IV: Constitutional Court of the Republic of Macedonia

Article 110

The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Macedonia:

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- protects the freedoms and rights of the individual and citizen relating to the freedom of conviction, conscience, thought and public expression of thought, political association and activity as well as to the prohibition of discrimination among citizens on the ground of sex, race, religion or national, social or political affiliation;

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-decides on the constitutionality of the programmes and statutes of the political parties and citizens associations;

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