2007–2010, analogue train station information board, the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms – chapter 2, 100 × 300 × 40 cm.
THE CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
Chapter Two, Division One
Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms
Everybody has the capacity to possess rights.
Everybody has the right to live. Human life deserves to be protected even before birth.
Nobody may be deprived of his or her life.
There shall be no capital punishment.
Cases where somebody has been deprived of his or her life in connection with an act which is not punishable under the law shall not constitute a violation of rights under the provisions of this Article.
Inviolability of the person and his privacy is guaranteed. It may be limited only in cases specified by law.
Nobody may be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
Personal freedom is guaranteed.
Nobody may be prosecuted or deprived of his or her freedom except on grounds and in a manner specified by law. Nobody may be deprived of his or her freedom merely because of his or her inability to meet a contractual obligation.
Any person accused or suspected of having committed a criminal offence may be detained only in cases specified by law.
A person accused of a criminal act may be arrested only on the basis of a written warrant issued by a judge, which includes the grounds for its issue.
Nobody may be placed in custody except for reasons specified by law and on the basis of a judicial decision.
The law shall determine the cases when a person may be admitted to or kept in a medical institution without his or her consent.
Nobody may be subjected to forced labour or service.
Everybody is entitled to protection of his or her human dignity, personal integrity, good reputation, and his or her name.
Everybody is entitled to protection against unauthorized interference in his or her personal and family life.
Everybody is entitled to protection against unauthorized gathering, publication or other abuse of his or her personal data.
Everybody has the right to own property. Inheritance is guaranteed.
The law shall specify which property essential for securing the needs of the whole society, development of the national economy, and public welfare may be owned exclusively.
Ownership is binding. It may not be misused to the detriment of the rights of others or against legally protected public interests.
Expropriation or other forcible limitation of the ownership right is possible only in public interest and on the basis of law, and for compensation.
Taxes and fees may be levied only on the basis of law.
Sanctity of the home is inviolable. A home may not be entered without permission of the person living there.
House search is permissible only for purposes of criminal proceedings on the basis of a written warrant issued by a judge.
Nobody may violate secrecy of letters and other papers and records whether privately kept or sent by post or in another manner.
Freedom of movement and residence is guaranteed.
Everybody who is legitimately staying on the territory of his or her state has the freedom to leave it.
No citizen may be forced to leave his or her country.
A foreign citizen may be expelled only in cases specified by law.
Freedom of thought, conscience and religious conviction is guaranteed. Everybody has the right to change his or her religion or faith, or to have no religious conviction.
Freedom of scientific research and of the arts is guaranteed.
Nobody may be forced to perform military service against his or her conscience or religious conviction.
Everybody has the right to profess freely his or her religion or faith either alone or jointly with others, privately or in public, through religious service, instruction, religious acts, or religious ritual.
Churches and religious societies administer their own affairs.
The conditions of religious instruction at state schools shall be set by law.