Article 3: Equality before the law

"All persons shall be equal before the law."

Article 3 asserts that all people have the same rights. Nobody should be discriminated against because of their gender, origin, language, belief, skin colour, sexual orientation or disability. The state must ensure no one suffers discrimination, e.g. on the job market or when looking for a flat. A landlord, for instance, may not reject a gay couple as a tenant because of their sexual orientation.