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Table 1 Human rights protections in the 1945 Constitution

From: Human rights of persons with mental illness in Indonesia: more than legislation is needed

Relevant chapters from the Constitution
CHAPTER X: CITIZENSHIP Article 27
  (1). All citizens, without exception, shall be equal before the law and in government and shall have the duty to respect the law and the government
  (2). Every citizen shall have the right of employment and to a living befitting human beings.
  Article 28
  Freedom of association and assembly, of expressing thoughts by speech and writing, and so on, shall be laid down by law.
CHAPTER XI: RELIGION Article 29
  (2). The state shall guarantee freedom to every resident to adhere to their respective religion and to perform their religious duties in accordance with their religion and that faith.
CHAPTER XII: DEFENSE Article 30
  (1). Every citizen shall have the right and the duty to participate in the defense efforts of the state.
CHAPTER XIII: EDUCATION Article 31
  (1). Every citizen shall have the right to an education.
  (2). The government shall establish and operate a national education system which shall be provided for by law.