The Idea of Equality in the Czech and European Law

Roč.14,č.4(2006)

Abstrakt
The constitutions of modem states, international conventions on human rights and supra-national Eu­ropean community law in their essential documents are not based on the neutrality of values, but in their normative clauses they express basic inviolable values of a democratic society, following up especially on the basic human rights and freedoms. These values bear in themselves not only a certain social orientation, but they also fulfil significant social function by securing the continuity of the social development with regard to its values and thus represent the load-bearing con­ struction of the society.

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