ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT ARMAN DILANYAN ON THE OCCASION OF THE CONSTITUTION DAY
Dear Citizens of the Republic of Armenia,
It has been 28 years since July 5 was celebrated in the Republic of Armenia as the Constitution and State Symbols Day.
Extending the warmest congratulations on the occasion of the Constitution and State Symbols Day, I consider it necessary to reiterate that the realization of the significance and proper appreciation of state symbols, as the absolute values of the state, are of vital importance for the present and future of the country and the people.
The constitutional principle of general equality before the law is the inviolable cornerstone of the Mother Law of the Republic of Armenia. Equal rights and opportunities determine the constitutional axiology and philosophy, the obligation of protection of which is incumbent upon each state administration authority while engaged in their daily activities.
The Constitution is not only the primary source of activity and powers of public authorities, and a system of checks and balances, but also a guide allowing to achieve the goals declared by the Constitution. During the three decades of independent statehood, democracy and constitutionalism have become the core conviction of our people, namely, the values that require ongoing concern, civil solidarity and vigilance amid complex international developments that our republic has passed through, and is still passing through.
The symbolism of July 5 is more comprehensive, since on this day, both the highest state authorities and each of us, regardless of our profession, political views and social status, must reaffirm our unwavering commitment and loyalty to sacredly preserve the State Symbols and the Constitution and to act within the framework of a certain logic of values, on which our sovereign, democratic, social, and rule of law state rests on.
I once again convey my congratulations to all of us on the occasion of the Constitution and State Symbols Day, July 5th, extending my wishes for peace and prosperity to our people.
President of the Constitutional Court
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