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His or her rights and obligations are determined in the Constitution of Poland.
The supreme law in Poland is the Constitution of Poland.
The reformed 1952 constitution was finally replaced in 1997 by a completely new current Constitution of Poland.
Gradually their privileges were under further limitations to be completely dissolved by March Constitution of Poland in 1921.
According to Article 154 of the Constitution of Poland, the president must nominate the prime minister to the post.
Human rights in Poland are guaranteed by the second chapter of the Constitution of Poland.
Kwaśniewski's greatest achievement was his ability to bring about a new Constitution of Poland to replace the modified Stalinist document then still in use.
In April 1997, the first post-communist Constitution of Poland was finalized, and in July put into effect.
This marked the beginning of Russian control over Commonwealth armies, which would last until the May Constitution of Poland.
On 17 March 1921, the Sejm adopted the March Constitution of Poland, after which it dissolved itself.
Unlike in many other countries, the ethnic minority rights in Poland are guaranteed directly in the Constitution of Poland (art.
In 1921 a larger but also more controversial constitution (supported by Right, but opposed by Left) was voted for, the March Constitution of Poland.
The Grand Duchy retained many rights in the federation (including a separate government, treasury and army) until the May Constitution of Poland was passed in 1791.
From the Constitution of Poland, Article 52(5): "Anyone whose Polish origin has been confirmed in accordance with statute may settle permanently in Poland."
According to the Constitution of Poland, the Sejm Marshal becomes Acting President of the Republic of Poland.
To a lesser extent, he was involved in the constitutions of Poland, South Africa, Hungary, Romania, Niger, Uganda and Trinidad and Tobago.
At that time (according to the March Constitution of Poland - 1921) the president was chosen by the National Assembly (Pol: Zgromadzenie Narodowe - Sejm and Senate).
Joseph Kasparek, The Constitutions of Poland and of the United States: Kinships and Genealogy, Miami, American Institute of Polish Culture, 1980.
Constitution of Poland states that all citizes have the right to social security in case of being unable to find a job, reaching the retirement age, or suffering from inability to work due to illness or disability.
Article 67 of the Constitution of Poland states: "A citizen shall have the right to social security whenever incapacitated for work by reason of sickness or invalidism as well as having attained retirement age."
According to the Constitution of Poland, Komorowski was required to set a date for the next presidential election within 14 days of assuming the position, the election date coming within 60 days of that announcement.
Furthermore, the adoption of the current Constitution of Poland in 1997, the territorial administration reform of 1999, Poland's entry into the European Union in 2004, and other events have rendered this guideline obsolete as well.
The elections were governed by the March Constitution of Poland, and saw the Christian Union of National Unity coalition emerge as the largest bloc in the Sejm with 163 of the 444 seats.
It is also found in Article 16 of the Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment and in Article 40 of the Constitution of Poland.
Although the March Constitution of Poland (1921) abolished the legal class of hereditary nobility, the social group of nobility remained socially recognized and gentry remained both an economic and social reality, similarly to other European countries.