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EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

4 artikla- Kidutuksen sekä epäinhimillisen tai halventavan rangaistuksen ja kohtelun kielto

4 artikla- Kidutuksen sekä epäinhimillisen tai halventavan rangaistuksen ja kohtelun kielto

Ketään ei saa kiduttaa eikä kohdella tai rangaista epäinhimillisellä tai halventavalla tavalla.

  • Text:

    Tässä 4 artiklassa tarkoitettu oikeus vastaa Euroopan ihmisoikeussopimuksen 3 artiklassa turvattua oikeutta, ja kyseisten artiklojen sanamuoto on samanlainen. Ihmisoikeussopimuksen artikla kuuluu näin: `Ketään ei saa kiduttaa eikä kohdella tai rangaista epäinhimillisellä tai halventavalla tavalla`. Oikeudella on perusoikeuskirjan 52 artiklan 3 kohdan mukaisesti sama merkitys ja kattavuus kuin mainitulla ihmisoikeussopimuksen artiklalla.

    Source:
    Euroopan unionin virallinen lehti C 303/17 - 14.12.2007
    Preamble - Explanations relating to the Charter of Fundamental Rights:
    Nämä selitykset on alun perin laatinut Euroopan unionin perusoikeuskirjan valmistelukunnan puheenjohtajisto. Eurooppa-valmistelukunnan puheenjohtajisto on saattanut ne ajan tasalle tämän valmistelukunnan perusoikeuskirjaan tekemien tekstimuutosten (erityisesti 51 ja 52 artikla) ja unionin oikeuden myöhemmän kehittymisen perusteella. Vaikka niillä ei sellaisenaan ole oikeudellista merkitystä, ne ovat arvokas tulkinnan väline, jonka tarkoituksena on selventää perusoikeuskirjan määräyksiä.
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