Dede

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Lietuvos valstybė yra nepriklausoma demokratinė respublika.

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Lietuvos valstybę kuria Tauta. Suverenitetas priklauso Tautai.

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Valstybės valdžią Lietuvoje vykdo Seimas, Respublikos Prezidentas ir Vyriausybė, Teismas.
Valdžios galias riboja Konstitucija.
Valdžios įstaigos tarnauja žmonėms.

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Negalioja joks įstatymas ar kitas aktas priešingas Konstitucijai.
Galioja tik paskelbti įstatymai.
Įstatymo nežinojimas neatleidžia nuo atsakomybės.

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Svarbiausi Valstybės bei Tautos gyvenimo klausimai sprendžiami referendumu.
Įstatymo nustatytais atvejais referendumą skelbia Seimas.
Referendumas taip pat skelbiamas, jeigu jo reikalauja ne mažiau kaip 300 tūkstančių piliečių, turinčių rinkimų teisę.
Referendumo skelbimo ir vykdymo tvarką nustato įstatymas.

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Lietuvos valstybės teritorija yra vientisa ir nedalijama į jokius valstybinius darinius.
Valstybės sienos gali būti keičiamos tik Lietuvos Respublikos tarptautine sutartimi, kai ją ratifikuoja 4/5 visų Seimo narių.

II SKIRSNIS

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Žmogaus teisę į gyvybę saugo įstatymas.

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Žmogaus laisvė neliečiama.
Niekas negali būti savavališkai sulaikytas arba laikomas suimtas. Niekam neturi būti atimta laisvė kitaip, kaip tokiais pagrindais ir pagal tokias procedūras, kokias yra nustatęs įstatymas.
Nusikaltimo vietoje sulaikytas asmuo per 48 valandas turi būti pristatytas į teismą, kur sulaikytajam dalyvaujant sprendžiamas sulaikymo pagrįstumas. Jeigu teismas nepriima nutarimo asmenį suimti, sulaikytasis tuojau pat paleidžiamas.

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Žmogaus asmuo neliečiamas.
Žmogaus orumą gina įstatymas.
Draudžiama žmogų kankinti, žaloti, žeminti jo orumą, žiauriai su juo elgtis, taip pat nustatyti tokias bausmes.
Su žmogumi, be jo žinios ir laisvo sutikimo, negali būti atliekami moksliniai ar medicinos…...

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