The period of the regular meeting is not more than 100 days, and the period of the extraordinary meeting is not more than 30 days. Members of the National Assembly may not abuse their authority to acquire property rights, interests, or status through contracts or dispositions with the state, public institutions, and enterprises, or to broker the acquisition of property rights, interests, or status of others. The status and manners of former presidents are determined by law. The President is elected by the people through ordinary, equal, direct, and secret elections. The President leads the Armed Forces in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and laws. All citizens have the right to live in a healthy and pleasant environment, and the state and its people must strive to protect the environment. The President shall immediately disclose the reasons under paragraphs 3 and 4.

No citizen can be tortured, nor can he be forced to speak against him on criminal matters. Marriage and family life must be established and maintained on the basis of individual dignity and gender equality, and the state guarantees it. All citizens enjoy dignity and values as human beings and have the right to pursue happiness. The state has a duty to ensure and protect individuals’ basic human rights from being violated. All freedoms and rights of the people can be limited by law only when necessary for national security, maintenance of order, and public welfare, and even if limited, the essential content of freedom and rights cannot be violated. No one can be arrested or detained without notification of the reason for arrest or detention and the right to receive assistance from a lawyer. The reason, time and place for arrest or detention must be immediately notified to the person prescribed by law, such as the family of the person arrested or detained.