03 Section 1. Chapter One. The Spaniards and foreigners
SECTION ONE. THE BASIC RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Chapter One. The Spaniards and foreigners
Chapter Two. Rights and freedoms
Part 1. Fundamental rights and public freedoms
Part 2. On the rights and responsibilities of citizens
Chapter Three. The fundamental principles of social and economic policy
Chapter Four. On guarantees of fundamental freedoms and human
Chapter Five. On the suspension of the rights and freedoms
SECTION TWO. ABOUT CROWN
SECTION THREE. About the Cortes Generales
Chapter One. About the Chambers
Chapter Two. On the development of laws
Chapter Three. On International Treaties
SECTION FOUR. ABOUT THE STATE GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
SECTION FIVE. ON RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND Cortes Generales
SECTION EIGHT. ON TERRITORIAL UNIT OF THE STATE
Chapter One. General Provisions
Chapter Two. Local Government
Chapter Three. On Autonomous Communities
CHAPTER NINE. THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
SECTION TEN. On constitutional reform
On the fundamental rights and duties
1. Inviolability of the dignity of human and of his rights, the free development of personality, respect for the law and the rights of others are the foundation of political order and social peace.
2. Rules relating to the fundamental rights and duties enshrined in the Constitution correspond to the UDHR, international treaties and agreements on those matters ratified by Spain.
The Spaniards and foreigners
1. Spanish citizenship is accepted, retained and lost in accordance with the law.
2. Neither Spaniard by birth can not be deprived of his grazhdanstva.
3. State may enter into agreements on dual citizenship with the Ibero-American countries or from countries that had or have special links with Spain. In these countries, even if they do not recognize their citizens this right on a reciprocal basis, the Spaniards may become naturalized without loss of Spanish citizenship.
Spaniards come of age at eighteen.
1. Foreigners in Spain shall enjoy the public freedoms that provides this Section in accordance with the treaties and the law.
2. The rights set forth in Article 23 shall be confined to the Spaniards, za except as provided by contract or by law, when on the basis of reciprocity, the right to vote in municipal elections.
3. The extradition of persons to other states permitted only pursuant to a contract or law, on the basis of reciprocity. The perpetrators of political crimes are not subject to extradition to other states. Terrorist acts are not political offenses.
4. The law determines the conditions for granting the right of asylum to citizens of other SEE countries and stateless persons.