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Bundesverfassungsgesetz vom 29. November 1988 über den Schutz der persönlichen Freiheit (Austrian constitution on the protection of personal liberty)

Austria Austrian Government Country Resources Constitutions Austria 29 November 1988 Legislation/regulation human rights, political rights, social and economic rights

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Dieses Gesetz ergänzt das Bundesverfassungsgesetz und fokussiert den Schutz der persönlichen Freiheit.

This legislation complements the B-VG and focuses on the states duty to protect its citizens personal liberty.


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