Brollach

Tá sé beartaithe ag pobail na hEorpa, trí aontas níos buandlúithe fós a chruthú eatarthu, todhchaí shíochánta arna fothú ar chomhluachanna a roinnt.
Ós feasach dó an oidhreacht spioradálta, mhorálta atá aige, tá an tAontas fothaithe ar luachanna dodhealaithe uilechoiteanna dhínit an duine, na saoirse, an chomhionannais agus na dlúthpháirtíochta; tá sé bunaithe ar phrionsabail an daonlathais agus an smachta reachta. Cuireann sé an duine i gceartlár a ghníomhaíochtaí trí shaoránacht an Aontais a chur ar bun agus trí limistéar saoirse, slándála agus ceartais a chruthú.
Rannchuidíonn an tAontas leis na comhluachanna sin a chaomhnú agus a fhorbairt agus urraim á tabhairt aige d’éagsúlacht chultúir agus thraidisiúin phobail na hEorpa, d'fhéiniúlacht náisiúnta na mBallstát agus d'eagrúchán a n-údarás poiblí ar leibhéal náisiúnta, ar leibhéal réigiúnach agus ar leibhéal áitiúil; féachann sé le forbairt chothromúil inbhuanaithe a chur chun cinn agus áirithíonn sé saorghluaiseacht daoine, seirbhísí, earraí agus caipitil, agus saoirse bunaíochta.
Chuige sin, is gá cosaint na gceart bunúsach a neartú i bhfianaise an fhoráis sa tsochaí, an dul chun cinn sóisialta agus forbairtí eolaíocha agus teicneolaíocha trí na cearta sin a dhéanamh níos sofheicthe i gCairt.
Athdhaingníonn an Chairt seo, ag féachaint go cuí d'inniúlachtaí agus do chúraimí an Aontais agus do phrionsabal na coimhdeachta, na cearta a leanann go háirithe as na traidisiúin bhunreachtúla agus as na hoibleagáidí idirnáisiúnta is coiteann do na Ballstáit, as an gCoinbhinsiún Eorpach chun Cearta an Duine agus Saoirsí Bunúsacha a Chosaint, as na Cairteanna Sóisialta arna nglacadh ag an Aontas agus ag Comhairle na hEorpa, agus as cásdlí Chúirt Bhreithiúnais an Aontais Eorpaigh agus na Cúirte Eorpaí um Chearta an Duine. Sa chomhthéacs sin, déanfaidh cúirteanna an Aontais agus na mBallstát an Chairt a léiriú le haird chuí ar na míniúcháin arna n-ullmhú faoi údarás Praesidium an Choinbhinsiúin a dhréachtaigh an Chairt agus arna dtabhairt suas chun dáta faoi fhreagracht Praesidium an Choinbhinsiúin Eorpaigh.
Tá freagrachtaí agus dualgais i dtaca le daoine eile, leis an bpobal daonna agus leis na glúnta atá le teacht ag gabháil le teachtadh na gceart sin.
Dá dheasca sin, aithníonn an tAontas na cearta, na saoirsí agus na prionsabail atá leagtha amach anseo thíos.

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