An Icelandic citizen may not be prevented from entering the country nor can he beexpelled from the country. The right of foreigners to enter the country and dwell there shall bedetermined by law as well as for what fault they may be expelled.Article 5.
Duties of citizens
The government shall ensure that all be granted the rights and freedoms embodied inthis Constitution.All shall respect this Constitution in its every respect as well as the laws, duties andrights derived there from.
Human rights and nature
We are all equal under the law and shall enjoy our human rights withoutdiscrimination, such as due to gender, age, genetic character, place of residence, economicstatus, disability, sexual orientation, race, colour, opinions, political affiliation, religion,language, origin, ancestry and position in other respects.Men and women shall enjoy equal rights in every respect.Article 7.
Right to life
All shall inherit the right to life at birth.Article 8.
All shall be guaranteed a right to life with dignity. Human diversity shall be respectedin every way.Article 9.
Safeguarding of rights
The public authorities must at all times protect the citizens against human rightsviolations, whether committed by the holders of state power or by others.Article 10.
Right to security
All shall have the right to the security of their person and protection against any kindof violence, such as sexual violence, inside the home or outside.