In war breaks out, the state can censor the media, ban labour unions and political parties according to a cabinet approved constitutional law on state security. The law, together with two other norms defining the role of state in during a time of war, such as obligatory conscription for men aged 18 to 55, is expected to be passed by parliament before March 1.
Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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11. Jan 2002 at 11:29