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Constitution of the Princely House of Liechtenstein: October 26, 1993 (Liechtenstein [li])

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For several centuries the Liechtenstein family has been governed by statutes. Part of the old provisions no longer met modern requirements. The family therefore decided on 26 October 1993 to repeal the previous statute and to adopt a new one in keeping with its traditions. These centuries-old family traditions include the Catholic faith, which shall also serve as a guiding principle in future decisions, whilst respecting the freedom of belief and conscience of the individual. We beseech God and the Mother of God to protect our family and our country in the future...
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