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    CONSTITUŢIA REPUBLICII MOLDOVA.

    Constitution
    juillet, 1994
    Moldova

    All citizens of the Republic of Moldova are equal before the Law indifferent on their origin, their origin, their social and patrimonial state, their race and nationality, their sex, education, language, religion, occupation, place of residence and other circumstances (Article 4).

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    Конституция Российской Федерации Принята всенародным голосованием 12 декабря 1993 г.

    Constitution
    décembre, 1993
    Fédération de Russie
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    Ўзбекистон Республикаси Конституцияси.

    Constitution
    décembre, 1992
    Ouzbékistan

    Uzbekistan is a sovereign democratic republic. Both names of the state - the Republic of Uzbekistan and Uzbekistan - shall be equivalent (Article 1). All citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan, regardless of their nationality, constitute the people of Uzbekistan (Article 8). Democracy in the Republic of Uzbekistan shall rest on the principles common to all mankind, according to which the ultimate value is the human being, his life, freedom, honour, dignity and other inalienable rights. Democratic rights and freedoms shall be protected by the Constitution and the laws (Article 13).

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    Конституция Туркменистана.

    Constitution
    septembre, 2008
    Turkménistan

    Turkmenistan is a democratic, legal and secular state in which the government takes the form of presidential republic (Article 1). The property is inviolable. Turkmenistan approves the right to private ownership of the means of production, land and other material and intellectual values. They can also belong to the associations of citizens and the state. The law establishes objects that are exclusive property of the state. The state guarantees equal protection and creation of equal conditions for development of all forms of ownership.

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    Қазақстан Республикасының Конституциясы.

    Constitution
    août, 1995
    Kazakhstan

    The Republic of Kazakhstan proclaims itself a democratic, secular, legal and social state whose highest values are an individual, his life, rights and freedoms (Article 1). Human rights and freedoms in the Republic of Kazakhstan shall be recognized and guaranteed in accordance with this Constitution (Article 11). The Republic of Kazakhstan shall recognize and by the same token protect state and private property. The land and underground resources, waters, flora and fauna, other natural resources shall be owned by the state.

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    Constitution მიღებულია 1995 წლის 24 აგვისტოს ს ა ქ ა რ თ ვ ე ლ ო ს კ ო ნ ს ტ ი ტ უ ც ი ა.

    Constitution
    août, 1995
    Géorgie

    The territory of the state of Georgia shall be determined as of 21 December 1991. The territorial integrity of Georgia and the inviolability of the state frontiers, being recognised by the world community of nations and international organisations, shall be confirmed by the Constitution and laws of Georgia (Article 2).

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    КЫРГЫЗ РЕСПУБЛИКАСЫНЫН КОНСТИТУЦИЯСЫ (КР 2010-жылдын 27-июнундагы Мыйзамы менен колдонууга киргизилди).

    Constitution
    juin, 2010

    The state and its authorities shall serve for the benefit of the entire society and not a certain part thereof (Article 5). The Kyrgyz Republic shall elaborate social programs aimed at establishing decent conditions of life and free personal development as well as assistance to employment. 2. The Kyrgyz Republic shall ensure the support to socially vulnerable categories of citizens, guaranteed minimal level of labor remuneration, protection of labor and health. 3.

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