Freedom to agree

For a state to exist, citizens have to consider themselves members of the state community, support their homeland’s sovereignty aspirations and agree on the rules of coexistence. The constitution enshrines a co-citizenship agreement on the principles applied to the life in a state. Each day, state-level discussions take place on how to reconcile our different interests and achieve the best possible results together under the guidance of the Constitution.

The permanent exposition explains how decisions are made by different public authorities, how the state machine functions, how the most essential principles of democracy (elections, separation of powers, party representation) are put into practice, and what is the role of citizens in the legislative and other decision-making processes.