Article 119 can refer to different things depending on the context. Here are three possible meanings:
European Union Law: Article 119 was an important provision in the Treaty of Rome, which established the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1957. It aimed to ensure equal pay for men and women who were doing the same work, or work of equal value, in the EEC. The provision has since been replaced by Article 157 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) but it laid the foundations for gender equality in the workplace across the European Union.
Turkish Constitution: Article 119 of the Turkish Constitution concerns the immunities granted to members of the Turkish Parliament. It states that no member of the parliament shall be held criminally or civilly liable for any opinions voiced or votes cast within the parliamentary proceedings.
Russian Constitution: Article 119 of the Russian Constitution concerns the procedure for the appointment and dismissal of judges. It stipulates that judges of federal courts are appointed by the President of Russia with the approval of the Federation Council, the upper house of the Russian Parliament, and they can be dismissed only in the manner prescribed by federal law.