What is Article 20 and Article 21?

Article 20:

Article 20 of the Constitution provides for the protection in respect of conviction for offences. No one can be convicted for an act that was not an offence at the time of its commission, and no one can be given punishment greater than what was provided in the law prevalent at the time of its commission. Also, no one can be prosecuted and punished for the same offence more than once and can be forced to give witness against his or her own self.

Article 21:

No one can be deprived of his or her life or personal liberty except according to the procedure established by law.

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