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Law on Scientific Activity


 Section 2(1) The purpose of this Law is to strengthen the role of the State in the fostering of science as a particularly important factor in the development of society. (2) This Law prescribes the unity of science and higher education, the rights, liabilities, independence and academic freedom of scientists, professional and social security, and the competence and obligations of State authorities in the ensuring of scientific activity. Section 3. Any person, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, language, age, political or religious conviction, social origin, or material, family or employment situation and other circumstances, has the right to perform scientific activity.