The Iranian presidency’s legal advisors have published the first draft of the Charter of Citizen Rights, as promised earlier by President Hassan Rohani.

The President’s Office reports that the charter was prepared with “input from universities, seminaries, thinkers and scholars across the country” and was published together along with the 100-day report of the government.

The reports indicate that the charter draft will be subject to public examination, and public input will be collected within the next month in order to complete a final draft and officially present it to the president.

The proposed charter has been laid out in a 20-page document in three parts.