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FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY P2

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FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY

16. Rural development and agricultural revolution.
The State shall adopt effective measures to bring about a radical transformation in the rural areas through the promotion of a agricultural revolution, the provision of rural electrification, the development of cottage and other industries, and the improvement of education, communications and public health, in those areas, so as progressively to remove the disparity in the standards of living between the urban and the rules areas.

17. Free and compulsory education.
The State shall adopt effective measures for the purpose of -

1. establishing a uniform, mass-oriented and universal system of education and extending free and compulsory education to all children to such stage as may be determined by law ;
2. relating education to the needs of society and producing properly trained and motivated citizens to serve those needs;
3. removing illiteracy within such time as may be determined by law.

18. Public health and morality.
(1) The State shall regard the raising of the level of nutrition and the improvement of public health as moving its primary duties, and in particular shall adopt effective measures to prevent the consumption, except for medical purposes or for such other purposes as may be prescribed by law, of alcoholic and other intoxicating drinks and drugs which are injurious to health.

(2) The State shall adopt effective measures to prevent prostitution and gambling.

19. Equality of opportunity.
(1) The State shall endeavour to ensure equality of opportunity to all citizens.

(2) The State shall adopt effective measures to remove social and economic inequality between man and man and to ensure the equitable distribution of wealth among citizens, and of opportunities in order to attain a uniform level of economic development throughout the Republic.

20. Work as a right and duty.
(1) Work is a right, a duty and a matter of honour for every citizen who is capable of working, and everyone shall be paid for his work on the basis of the principle "from each according to his abilities to each according to his work".

(2) The State shall endeavour to create conditions in which, as a general principle, persons shall not be able to enjoy unearned incomes, and in which human labour in every form, intellectual and physical, shall become a fuller expression of creative endeavour and of the human personality.

21. Duties of citizens and of public servants.
(1) It is the duty of every citizen to observe the Constitution and the laws, to maintain discipline, to perform public duties and to protect public property.

(2) Every person in the service of the Republic has a duty to strive at all times to serve the people.

22. Separation of Judiciary from the executive.
The State shall ensure the separation of the judiciary from the executive organs of the State. Separation of Judiciary from the executive.

23. National Culture.
The State shall adopt measures to conserve the cultural traditions and heritage of the people, and so to foster and improve the national language, literature and the arts that all sections of the people are afforded the opportunity to contribute towards and to participate in the enrichment of the national culture.

24. National monuments, etc.
The State shall adopt measures for the protection against disfigurement, damage or removal of all monuments, objects or places of special artistic or historic importance or interest.

25. Promotion of international peace, security and solidarity.
14[(1)] The State shall base its international relations on the principles of respect for national sovereignty and equality, non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries, peaceful settlement of international disputes, and respect for international law and the principles enunciated in the United Nations Charter, and on the basis of those principle shall-

1. Strive for the renunciation of the use of force in international relations and for general and complete disarmament;
2. uphold the right of every people freely to determine and build up its own social, economic and political system by ways and means of its own free choice; and
3. support oppressed peoples throughout the world waging a just struggle against imperialism, colonialism or racialism.

15[(2) The State shall endeavour to consolidate, preserve and strengthen fraternal relations among Muslim countries based on Islamic solidarity.]
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