Article IV (Freedom and Responsibility)(1) Everyone shall have the right to liberty and security of the person.
(2) No one shall be deprived of liberty except for reasons specified in an Act and in accordance with the procedure laid down in an Act. Life imprisonment without parole may only be imposed for the commission of intentional and violent criminal offences.
(3) Any person suspected of having committed a criminal offence and taken into detention
must, as soon as possible, be released or brought before a court. The court shall be obliged to hear the person brought before it and shall without delay make a decision with a written statement of reasons to release or to arrest that person.
(4) Everyone whose liberty has been restricted without a well-founded reason or unlawfully
shall have the right to compensation.