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Finland

1 The state obligation to protect human rights

1.1 Human rights in Finnish legislation [page 13]

“Our reinforced Constitution protects the inviolability of human dignity as well as the freedom and rights of individuals, and promotes justice in society. Fundamental rights (such as equality, freedom of movement, protection of privacy, freedom of association, freedom of speech and the right to social security and judicial protection) have been included in the Constitution”

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