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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 444 pages of information about The Fight For The Republic in China.

Art. 8.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall have liberty of choice of residence and of profession which shall be unrestricted except in accordance with law.

Art. 9.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall have liberty to call meetings or to organize societies which shall be unrestricted except in accordance with the law.

Art. 10.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall have freedom of speech, writing and publication which shall be unrestricted except in accordance with the law.

Art. 11.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall be entitled to honour Confucius and shall enjoy freedom of religious belief which shall be unrestricted except in accordance with the law.

Art. 12.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall enjoy the inviolable right to the security of their property and any measure to the contrary necessitated by public interest shall be determined by law.

Art. ...  The citizens of the Republic of China shall enjoy all other forms of freedom aside from those hithertofore mentioned, provided they are not contrary to the spirit of the Constitution.

Art. 13.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall have the right to appeal to the Judicial Courts according to law.

Art. 14.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall have the right to submit petitions or make complaints according to law.

Art. 15.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall have the right to vote and to be voted for according to law.

Art. 16.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall have the right to hold official posts according to law.

Art. 17.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall perform the obligation of paying taxes according to law.

Art. 18.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall perform the obligation of military service according to law.

Art. 19.  The citizens of the Republic of China shall be under the obligation to receive primary education according to law.

CHAPTER IV.  THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

Art. 20.  The legislative power of the Republic of China shall be exercised by the National Assembly exclusively.

Art. 21.  The National Assembly shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.

Art. 22.  The Senate shall be composed of the Senators elected by the highest local legislative assemblies and other electoral bodies.

Art. 23.  The House of Representatives shall be composed of the representatives elected by the various electoral districts in proportion to the population.

Art. 24.  The members of both Houses shall be elected according to law.

Art. 25.  In no case shall one person be a member of both Houses simultaneously.

Art. 26.  No member of either House shall hold any official post, civil or military during his term.

Art. 27.  The qualifications of the members of either House shall be determined by the respective Houses.

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