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A Proposal for a new Constitution for the Republic of Iceland
Drafted by Stjórnlagaráð,
a Constitutional Council, appointed by an Althingi resolution on March 24th 2011.
We, the people who inhabit Iceland, wish to create a just society where every person has equal opportunity. Our diverse origin enriches our society and together we are responsible for the heritage of generations, our country and its history, nature, language and culture.
Iceland is a free and sovereign state with freedom, equality, democracy and human rights as its cornerstones.
The government shall endeavour to strengthen the welfare of the country‘s inhabitants, encourage their culture and respect the diversity of the life of the people, the country and its biosphere.
We wish to promote harmony, security and happiness amongst us and coming generations. We are determined to work towards peace with other nations and respect for the earth and all mankind.
In light thereof we set a new Constitution, the supreme law of the land that all must observe.