Which right is not a basic right under the Basic Law?
The state objective provisions are no fundamental rights or rights equivalent to fundamental rights, indeed no subjective rights at all. They are objective value decisions of the constitution and form the guideline for the interpretation of the laws, but do not give the citizen their own subjective right. Examples are those in Art.
What does Article 2 of the Basic Law say?
Article 2. (1) Everyone has the right to the free development of his personality as long as he does not violate the rights of others and does not violate the constitutional order or the moral law.
What kind of rights are there in Germany?
Article 1 – Protection of human dignity, human rights, binding of fundamental rights Article 2 – Free development of personality, right to life, physical integrity, freedom of the person (see also triad of barriers) Article 3 – Equality before the law (see also equal rights)
What rights are there?
Your Rights at a Glance Preamble. Article 1 (Freedom, Equality, Solidarity) Article 2 (Prohibition of Discrimination) Article 3 (Right to Life and Freedom) Article 4 (Prohibition of Slavery and the Slave Trade) Article 5 (Prohibition of Torture) Article 6 (Recognition as a legal person) Article 7 (equality before the law)
What forms of duty are there?
The entire constitutional state power is bound to the constitutional order (Art. 20 Abs. 3 GG). Certain obligations are also imposed on the citizens, such as compulsory schooling, conventional public service obligations such as evacuation and littering or parental care and education obligations.
What duties does a person have?
Everyone has the right to: water and food, peace, health, freedom in their choice of profession, partner and religion, to be treated equally and fairly, integrity, protection from oppression and violence, education, their own culture, tradition and language.
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