A According to Penchev the act contradicts current EU law and violates A Bulgaria's Constitution, which stipulates the inviolability of the person
and private life.
On the instructions of the President, Foreign Minister Erato Kozakou Marcoullis publicly expressed her "regrets and apologies for the treatment of the ambassador, which was not in conformity with the principle of inviolability of the person
and respect of diplomatic representatives".
Formally, the 1965 Constitution guaranteed the inviolability of the person
The inviolability of the person
marks a basic tenet of social life, but is not directly relevant here.
Citizens of the USSR are guaranteed the inviolability of the person
His impressive reform agenda, which according to Waldron "promised nothing less than a revolution in Russian society," included proposals to protect the inviolability of the person
, to create a peasant small-holder class, to establish a system of universal education, to create worker sickness funds, to place government officials more fully under the rule of law, to reform the local administrative and judicial systems, and to ease restrictions on religious minorities (121).
This line of thinking holds that so long as an act is consensual and respects at least one truth--the inviolability of the persons
fundamental right to choose how to use his or her person and property--not only should the law not get involved, but there is also no ground for moral criticism of the act.