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Freedom of Association


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Constitutional provisions

The Constitution of the Republic of Moldova of 1994 guarantees the freedom of association and provides that citizens are free to associate into parties and other social and political organizations that do not engage in fighting against political pluralism, the rule of law, the sovereignty, independence or territorial integrity of the Republic of Moldova. The state protects the rights and legitimate interests of parties and other social and political organizations. Employees may establish and join trade unions in order to defend their interests.




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