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Décretés by the National Assembly in the meetings of the 20, 21, 23, August 24, and 25 1789, accepted by the KING.


The representatives of the French people, made up in national assembly, considering that ignorance, the lapse of memory or the contempt of the humans right are the only causes of public misfortunes and the corruption of the governments, solved to expose, in a solemn declaration the natural, inalienable and crowned rights of the man; so that this declaration, constantly presents to all the members of the social body, unceasingly points out their rights and their duties to them; so that the acts of the legislative power and those of the executive power, being able to be at every moment compared with the goal of each political institution, are more respect; so that the complaints of the citizens, founded from now on on simple and undeniable principles, always turn to the maintenance of the constitution and the happiness of all.
Consequently, the national assembly reconnait and declares, in presence and under the auspices To be it supreme, the following rights of the man and the citizen.

Article first - the men are born and remain free and equal in rights; the social distinctions can be founded only on the common utilite.

Article 2 - The goal of any political association is the conservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of the man. These rights are: freedom, the property, sureté and resistance to oppression.

Article 3 - The principle of all souverainete lies primarily in the nation; no body, no individual cannot exert autorite which does not emanate from it expressement.

Article 4 - Freedom consists in being able to do all that does not harm others. Thus, the exercise of the natural rights of each man has terminals only those which ensure the other members of the company the pleasure of these same rights. These terminals can be given only by the law.

Article 5 - The law has the right to defend only the harmful actions at the company. All that is not defended by the law cannot be empéché, and no one cannot be constrained to do what it does not order.

Article 6 - The law is the expression of the general will; all the citizens have right to contribute personally, or by their representants, with his formation; it must be the same one for all, either that it protects, or that it punishes. All the citizens being equal in its eyes, are also acceptable with all dignities, places and employment public, according to their capacity and without other distinction that that their virtues and their talents.

Article 7 - No man cannot be shown, stopped, nor held that in the cases determined by the law, and according to forms' which it prescribed. Those which solicit, dispatch, carry out or make carry out arbitrary commands must be punished; but any citizen called or seized under the terms of the law must obey at the moment: he makes himself guilty by resistance.

Article 8 - The law should establish only sorrows strictly and obviously necessary and null can be punished only under the terms of one law established and promulgated before with the offence, and legally applied.

Article 9 - Any man being supposed innocent until it was declared guilty, if it is considered it essential to stop it, any rigour which would not be necessary to be ensured of its person must severly be repressed by the law.

Article 10 - No one should not be worried for its opinions, even religious, provided that their demonstration does not disturb the command piblic established by the law.

Article 11 - The free communication of the thoughts and the opinions is one of the most invaluable rights of the man; any citizen can thus speak, write, print freely, except answering of the abuse this freedom in the cases determined by the law.

Article 12 - The guarantee of the humans right and of the citizen requires a police force; this force is thus instituted for the advantage of all, and not for the particular utility of those to which it is entrusted.

Article 13 - For the maintenance of the police force, and for the expenditure of administration, a common contribution is essential; it must be also distributed between all the citizens, because of their faculties.

Article 14 - The citizens have the right to note, by them-even or their representatives, the need for the public contribution, to agree it voluntarily, to follow employment of it, and to determine of it the share, the plate, the recovery and the duration.

Article 15 - The company has the right to request account from any public agent of its administration.

Article 16 - Any company in which the guarantee of the rights is not assured, nor the separation of the capacities determined, does not have a constitution.

Article 17 - The property being a foolproof and crowned right, no one cannot be private for it, if it is not when the public need, legally contatée, requires it obviously, and under the condition of a Juste and preliminary allowance.

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This declaration of the rights of man and of the citizen was adopted by the national Assembly on August 26, 1789.

December 10, 1948, UNO adopted a universal Declaration of the humans right .

Fete of the Bicentenary has Paris (1989)

veni " at the Bicentenary "
vidi " the Bicentenary "
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