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Protection from Violence

Uzbekistan, English

The formation and functioning of political parties and public associations, aiming to do the following, shall be prohibited: changing the existing constitutional system by force, coming out against the sovereignty, territorial integrity and security of the Republic, the constitutional rights and freedoms of its citizens, advocating war and social, national, racial and religious hostility, and encroaching on the health and morality of the people, as well as armed associations and political parties based on the national and religious principles.
Secret societies and associations shall be banned. (Art. 57)

Protection from Violence

Uzbekistan, English

… No one may be subject to torture, violence, other cruel or humiliating treatment.
No one may be subject to medical or scientific experiments without his consent. (Art. 26)

Protection from Violence

Uzbekistan, English

Everyone shall have the right to freedom and inviolability of the person. … (Art. 25)

Protection from Violence

Uzbekistan, English

… Any forced labour shall be prohibited except for punishment under the sentence of a court or some other instances stipulated by law. (Art. 37)

Obligations of the State

Uzbekistan, English

None of the provisions of the present Constitution may be interpreted in a way detrimental to the rights and interests of the Republic of Uzbekistan. … (Art. 16)

Obligations of the State

Uzbekistan, English

A citizen of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the state shall be bound by mutual rights and mutual responsibility. Citizens’ rights and freedoms, established by the Constitution and laws, shall be inalienable. No one shall have the right to deprive or limit them without a court. (Art. 19)

Obligations of the State

Uzbekistan, English

The state shall safeguard the rights and freedoms of citizens proclaimed by the Constitution and laws. (Art. 43)

Obligations of Private Parties

Uzbekistan, English

Citizens shall be obliged to observe the Constitution and laws, and to respect the rights, freedoms, honour and dignity of others. (Art. 48)

Obligations of the State

Uzbekistan, English

Democracy in the Republic of Uzbekistan shall be based on the principles common to all mankind according to which the ultimate value is a human being, his life, freedom, honour, dignity and other inalienable rights.
Democratic rights and freedoms shall be protected by the Constitution and laws. (Art. 13)

Judicial Protection

Uzbekistan, English

Everyone shall be entitled to legally defend his rights and freedoms, and shall have the right to appeal any unlawful action of state bodies, officials and public associations. (Art. 44)