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Reproduced by Australian Atatürk Cultural Centre Inc. 7 domicile, personal property rights, freedom to trade, to work and freedom to follow an occupation.5 Liberties in the second group are largely those related directly to the individual's thinking. These include freedom of conscience, freedom of assembly, freedom of the press, freedom to found societies and freedom to train and be educated. Freedom to Trade, to Work and to Follow an Occupation A person may work at any job, profession or trade to earn his living. He is at liberty in this respect. Nevertheless, this liberty is subject to certain legal restrictions and conditions drawn up for the good of society as a whole. Every man can work at the job of his choice, provided that he has the qualifications as determined by the law. However, areas of work over which the state has a monopoly for either political reasons or for reasons of public interest or security may not be handled by other parties. Despite all these restrictions, there should always exist sufficient freedom of work and economic enterprise for the individual.6 With the Prime Ministers of the Balkan Pact countries. Freedom of Conscience All individuals have the right and liberty to think as they wish, to believe in whatsoever they choose, to acquire their own political leanings and to fulfil or not to fulfil the requirements of any religion they may wish to follow. A Person’s thinking and conscience cannot be subjugated. Freedom of conscience is absolute and inviolable. It is one of the most important basic rights of the individual (…).

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