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  1. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Act No. 198/2002 on voluntary service.

    Adoption: 2002-04-26 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2003-01-01 | CZE-2002-L-62167

    Regulates inter alia the conditions under which the State supports voluntary service and the organization of voluntary service. Defines who is eligible to be a volunteer.

  2. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Consolidated Text No. 65/2001 of the Act on association in political parties and political movements.

    Adoption: 2001-02-21 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2001-01-01 | Date d'entrée en vigueur partielle: 1991-11-01 | CZE-2001-L-59410

    Section 1 provides for the right to form and join political parties and political movements. This right is not subjected to any authorization. The following sections define who can be a member of a political party or movement, as well as the duties of a party or movement towards the State.

  3. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Act No. 137/2001 on the special protection of witnesses and others persons in connection with criminal proceedings.

    Adoption: 2001-01-01 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2001-07-01 | CZE-2001-L-65051

    Unofficial English translation.

  4. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Act No. 46/2000 on rights and duties related to publishing periodical press and on amendment to several other acts (Press Act) (consolidation). (Zákon ze dne 22. února 2000 o právech a povinnostech při vydávání periodického tisku a o změně některých dal¿ích zákonů (tiskový zákon)) - Act on-line in Czech

    Adoption: 2000 | CZE-2000-L-67142

  5. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Law No. 349/1999 on the Public Defender of Rights. (Zákon c. 349/1999 Sb., o Verejném ochránci práv) - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1999-12-08 | CZE-1999-L-71355

    Sets out the selection procedure, functions and role of the Public Defender of Rights. The Defender is to carry out his/her work independently and is accountable to parliament (art. 5). He/she is to work to defend persons in relation to the actions of official bodies and other institutions listed in the law (art. 1).

  6. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Act No. 106/1999 on a free access to information (consolidation). (Zákon o svobodném přístupu k informacím) - Act on-line in Czech

    Adoption: 1999 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2000-01-01 | CZE-1999-L-67141

    Contains provisions on the duty to provide information, publication of information, protection of secrets and of confidentiality, and restrictions of the right to information.

  7. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Act No. 77 of 20 April 1995 to amend Act No. 217 of 1994 providing for a lump-sum to some victims of Nazi persecution.

    Adoption: 1995-04-19 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1995-07-01 | CZE-1995-L-44695

    In the event of victim's death, the right to compensation is transferred to his heir.

  8. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Act to protect data in computer systems.

    Adoption: 1992 | CZE-1992-L-35514

  9. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Loi

    Coll. of Acts No. 308/1991 on Freedom of Religious Faith. (Zákon o svobodě nábosenské víry a postavení církví a nábosenských společností) - Act on-line in Czech Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1991-07-04 | CZE-1991-L-85177

    Provides that everybody has the right to manifest freely one's religion or belief either alone or pointy with others, privately or public, in workshop, teaching, religious acts or observance. Everybody has the right to change one's religion or belief or to be of no religious confession.

  10. Tchèquie - Droits de l'homme - Constitution

    Charter of fundamental rights and freedoms, of 1st January 1991. - English translation

    Adoption: 1991-01-09 | CZE-1991-C-48278

    Article 9 prohibits forced labour, but shall not apply to: a) work ordered in accordance with the law to persons serving a prison term; b) military service; c) service required on the basis of law in cases of natural disasters; and d) action ordered by law to protect the life, health, or rights of others.

    In Chapter IV, provides for economic and social rights. States that everybody has the right to choose freely his or her profession and the training for such a profession, to associate freely with others for the protection of his or her economic and social interests. Trade unions shall be established independently of the State. Guarantees the right to strike.

    Provides that women, adolescents and disabled persons are entitled to increased protection of their health at work and to special working conditions.


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