The UAE Constitution outlines the freedoms and rights of all citizens. It prohibits torture, arbitrary arrest and detention, and protects civil liberties, including freedom of speech and press, peaceful assembly and association, and the practice of religious beliefs. All people, irrespective of their race, nationality, religion and social position, are equal before the law. Find full text of the UAE's Constitution in English on the legislations portal and the MoJ mLegislation app (available on iTunes and Android).
Updated on 30 Aug 2020