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EXCERPTS FROM THE DUTCH CONSTITUTION:
All persons in the Netherlands shall be treated equally in equal circumstances. Discrimination on the grounds of religion, belief, political opinion, race or sex or on other grounds whatsoever shall not be permitted.
Everyone shall have the right to manifest freely his religion or belief.
No one shall be required to submit thoughts or opinions for prior approval in order to disseminate them.
Everyone shall have the right to the inviolability of his person.
No one may be deprived of his liberty.
It shall be the concern of the authorities to promote the provision of sufficient employment.
It shall be the concern of the authorities to secure the means of subsistence of the population and to achieve the distribution of wealth.
It shall be the concern of the authorities to keep the country habitable and to protect and improve the environment.
The authorities shall take steps to promote the health of the population. It shall be the concern of the authorities to provide sufficient living accommodation. The authorities shall promote social and cultural development and leisure activities.
Education shall be the constant concern of the Government.
Capital punishment may not be imposed.