Saturday, December 25, 2010


Poland's current constitution was adopted by the National Assembly of Poland on 2 April 1997, approved by a national referendum on 25 May 1997, and came into effect on 17 October 1997.

It guarantees a multi-party state, the freedoms of religion, speech and assembly, and specifically casts off many communist ideals to create a 'free market economic system'.

It requires public officials to pursue ecologically sound public policy and acknowledges the inviolability of the home, the right to form trade unions, and to strike, whilst at the same time prohibiting the practices of forced medical experimentation, torture and corporal punishment.

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