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[...] THE CONSTITUTION IS COMPOSED OF 139 ARTICLES (FIVE OF WHICH WERE LATER ABROGATED) AND ARRANGED INTO THREE MAIN PARTS:

ARTICLES 1–12

PRINCIPI FONDAMENTALI, THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES

01 [...] SOVEREIGNITY BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE

02 [...] WHERE HUMAN PERSONALITY IS EXPRESSED

03 [...] WITHOUT DISTINCTION OF SEX, RACE, LANGUAGE

04 [...] ACCORDING TO PERSONAL POTENTIAL AND        INDIVIDUAL CHOICE

05 [...] ONE AND INDIVISIBLE

06 [...] BY MEANS OF APPROPRIATE MEASURES

07 [...] ACCEPTED BY BOTH PARTIES

08 [...] EQUALLY FREE

09 [...] THE DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURE AND OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH

10 [...] SHALL BE ENTITLED TO THE RIGHT OF ASYLUM

11 [...] A WORLD ORDER ENSURING

12 [...] THREE VERTICAL BANDS OF EQUAL SIZE