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Constitutional Rights in YN

Postby Fairviolet Lake » Sat Oct 01, 2016 6:49 pm

What rights and freedoms are afforded to the people by your Constitution?

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Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information:
Right to bear arms:
Freedom of speech:
Freedom of association:
Freedom of movement:
Freedom of assembly:
Freedom from arbitrary arrest:
Freedom of religion:
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment:
Freedom of thought:
Right of self-defense:
Right to food:
Right to form a labor union:
Right to clothing:
Right of asylum:
Right to housing:
Right to internet access:
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation):
Right to property:
Freedom from discrimination:
Freedom from exile:
Freedom from slavery:
Right to die:
Right to water:
Right to a fair trial:
Right to a lawyer:
Right to life:
Right to refuse medical treatment:
Right to petition:
Right to protest:
Right to privacy:

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Postby 2nd Brazilian Empire » Sat Oct 01, 2016 6:57 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: Yes
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes except communsim and nazism
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes except communism and nazism
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: No
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: Yes
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: Yes
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes unless you are a criminal
Freedom from slavery: Yes unless you are a criminal
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes unless you are a suspect of terrorism
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Azenyanistan
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Postby Azenyanistan » Sat Oct 01, 2016 7:40 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: YES
Right to bear arms: NO (until the Union allows Azenyanistan to give its citizens the right to bear arms)
Freedom of speech: YES (hate speech is not allowed)
Freedom of association: YES
Freedom of movement: YES
Freedom of assembly: YES
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: YES
Freedom of religion: YES
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: YES
Freedom of thought: YES
Right of self-defense: YES
Right to food: YES
Right to form a labor union: YES
Right to clothing: YES
Right of asylum: YES
Right to housing: YES
Right to internet access: YES
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): YES
Right to property: YES
Freedom from discrimination: YES
Freedom from exile: NO (The Advocacy has the right to exile any citizen guilty of extreme crimes)
Freedom from slavery: YES
Right to die: YES
Right to water: YES
Right to a fair trial: YES
Right to a lawyer: YES
Right to life: YES
Right to refuse medical treatment: YES
Right to petition: YES
Right to protest: YES
Right to privacy: YES

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Postby Newne Carriebean7 » Sat Oct 01, 2016 7:43 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information:no
Right to bear arms:no
Freedom of speech:no
Freedom of association:no
Freedom of movement:yes
Freedom of assembly:yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest:no
Freedom of religion: ehh, complicated,so no as of right now.
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment:no
Freedom of thought:yes
Right of self-defense:no,unless it is in defense of the nation and not yourself.
Right to food:yes
Right to form a labor union:no
Right to clothing:yes
Right of asylum:no,unless you are a terrorist.
Right to housing: yes
Right to internet access:no
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation):no
Right to property: yes
Freedom from discrimination:no
Freedom from exile:no
Freedom from slavery: no
Right to die:yes
Right to water:yes
Right to a fair trial:no
Right to a lawyer:no
Right to life:no
Right to refuse medical treatment:no
Right to petition:no
Right to protest:goodness no
Right to privacy: no,the government knows ALL!
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Postby Chinese Peoples » Sat Oct 01, 2016 7:46 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: no
Right to bear arms: no
Freedom of speech: yes
Freedom of association: yes
Freedom of movement: yes
Freedom of assembly: yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: yes
Freedom of religion: yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: no
Freedom of thought: yes
Right of self-defense: no
Right to food: yes
Right to form a labor union: yes
Right to clothing: no
Right of asylum: no
Right to housing: yes
Right to internet access: no
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): yes
Right to property: yes
Freedom from discrimination: yes
Freedom from exile: yes
Freedom from slavery: yes
Right to die: same as right to life
Right to water: yes
Right to a fair trial: yes
Right to a lawyer: no
Right to life: same as right to die
Right to refuse medical treatment: no
Right to petition: yes
Right to protest: yes
Right to privacy: yes
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Postby The Intergalactic Universe Corporation » Sat Oct 01, 2016 7:48 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information:
Right to bear arms: Yes
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes, but no rioting
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: No
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: No
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: No
Right to form a labor union: No, except the GTUC
Right to clothing: No
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: No
Right to internet access: No
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: No
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: No
Right to a fair trial: Depends
Right to a lawyer: Depends
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Sit ins, yes, violent riots, no
Right to privacy: Yes
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Postby Grande Rojo » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:14 pm

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Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes. Including, but not limited to, government information
Right to bear arms: Yes. The State equally distributes standard weapons amongst the masses.
Freedom of speech: Yes, but to an extent.
Freedom of association: Yes; As long it is not Far-Right.
Freedom of movement: Yes; As long as it is not Far-Right.
Freedom of assembly: Yes; As long as it is not associated with the Far-Right.
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes; Until adequate evidence is found.
Freedom of religion: Yes; As long as not harmful to others.
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes.
Freedom of thought: Yes.
Right of self-defense: Yes.
Right to food: Yes.
Right to form a labor union: Yes; It is compulsory to form a Labor Union.
Right to clothing: Yes.
Right of asylum: Yes.
Right to housing: Yes. Housing is rent-free
Right to internet access: Freedom of Internet Access is not a right; But still widely available in Grande Rojo
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): No. But, Workers in Grande Rojo already have several other rights that make this minuscule and insignificant.
Right to property: Personal property, yes. Private property, no. All private property found in Grande Rojo have been, is, and will be nationalized by the government or syndicalized by the workers.
Freedom from discrimination: Yes.
Freedom from exile: Yes.
Freedom from slavery: Yes.
Right to die: No. Grande Rojo does not allow the practice of euthanasia within its borders. It is seen as immoral and unnecessary.
Right to water: Yes.
Right to a fair trial: Yes.
Right to a lawyer: Yes.
Right to life: Yes.
Right to refuse medical treatment: No. Persons do not have the right to deny medical treatment from medical professionals; They are a danger to themselves and others.
Right to petition: Yes; and encouraged by the State to do so.
Right to protest: Yes; and also encouraged by the State
Right to privacy: Depends on several factors; Like where, When, and How
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Postby German Wehrmacht » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:19 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: No
Right to bear arms: No, only military and SS officers are capable of bearing arms. However, top government officials are allowed too.
Freedom of speech: No
Freedom of association: No
Freedom of movement: No
Freedom of assembly: No
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: No
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: No
Freedom of thought: No
Right of self-defense: No
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: No
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: No
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Depends
Freedom from discrimination: No
Freedom from exile: No
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: No
Right to a lawyer: No
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: No
Right to petition: No
Right to protest: No
Right to privacy: No
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Postby Anonymous Union » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:26 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?

Freedom of information: We dislike copyright laws because of freedom of information.

Right to bear arms: Yes, for self-defence, hunting for animals, and the like.

Freedom of speech: Yes.

Freedom of association: Yes.

Freedom of movement: Yes.

Freedom of assembly: Yes.

Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Usually.

Freedom of religion: Yes, as long as no one is harmed while practicing it. But, we don't appreciate Scientology.

Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Usually.

Freedom of thought: We are the epitome of freedom of thought. We actually have too much of that.

Right of self-defense: Yes. Especially online.

Right to food: Yes.

Right to form a labor union: No. There is no such thing as a labor union in our organization.

Right to clothing: Yes.

Right of asylum: We are the asylum. Just kidding. Of course, yes.

Right to housing: Yes.

Right to internet access: What? Of course! That's the basis of our nation!

Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes. People are still expected to contribute to us, although it is not required.

Right to property: Most people in our organization do own property.

Freedom from discrimination: Socially, no. Politically, yes.

Freedom from exile: Yes.

Freedom from slavery: Yes.

Right to die: Everybody's going to die sometimes.

Right to water: We need that for the members to survive.

Right to a fair trial: Yes, although that isn't always carried out.

Right to a lawyer: The people must get that themselves.

Right to life: I think so.

Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes.

Right to petition: Yes. Our organization is largely based on such rights.

Right to protest: Yes. We are also based on rights such as that.

Right to privacy: Yes, but rather limited.

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Postby Appalatchia » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:29 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: Yes, to defend ones own home or business, and for hunting. Opened and concealed carry are not guaranteed rights.
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Not expressly stated. However, the constitution does state that each person shall be provided 'basic necessities of life' through social welfare
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Not expressly
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: Not expressly
Right to internet access: No
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): No
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: No
Right to water: Not expressly
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: No
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes (unless there is a warrant)
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Postby Saunrea » Sun Oct 02, 2016 12:23 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: No
Right to bear arms: No
Freedom of speech: No
Freedom of association: No
Freedom of movement: No
Freedom of assembly: No
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: No
Freedom of religion: No
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: No
Freedom of thought: No
Right of self-defense: No
Right to food: No
Right to form a labor union: No
Right to clothing: No
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: No
Right to internet access: No
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): No
Right to property: No
Freedom from discrimination: No
Freedom from exile: No
Freedom from slavery: No
Right to die: No
Right to water: No
Right to a fair trial: No
Right to a lawyer: No
Right to life: No
Right to refuse medical treatment: No
Right to petition: No
Right to protest: No
Right to privacy: No

There is, in fact, no rights granted by the Saunrean constitution.
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Volksgard
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Postby Volksgard » Sun Oct 02, 2016 1:01 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: No
Right to bear arms: Yes (Gun license needed before acquiring)
Freedom of speech: No
Freedom of association: No
Freedom of movement: No
Freedom of assembly: No
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: No
Freedom of religion: No
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: No
Freedom of thought: No
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: No
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: No (internet has been banned)
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): No
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: No
Freedom from exile: No
Freedom from slavery: Yes (only applies to Volksgardian's, does not apply to foreign nationals in Volksgard)
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: No
Right to a lawyer: No
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: No
Right to privacy: Yes
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Postby New Valcluse » Sun Oct 02, 2016 1:20 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to freedom of information, although most government affairs are conducted in a transparent manner.

Right to bear arms:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to bear arms, as firearms and other weapons are regulated and are considered privileges.

Freedom of speech:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to freedom of speech, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme, which also guarantees freedom from censorship.

Freedom of association:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to freely associate, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Freedom of movement:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to freedom of movement, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Freedom of assembly:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the freedom to assemble. However, the privileges of peaceful protest and the right to protest are guaranteed in a separate piece of legislation, the Manifestation Act 1968.

Freedom from arbitrary arrest:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the freedom from arbitrary arrest, as this is addressed in a separate piece if legislation, the Forces of Order Act 1834.

Freedom of religion:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to freely belong to any religion, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to freedom from cruel and unusual punishment, as this is addressed in a separate piece of legislation, the Forces of Order Act 1834.

Freedom of thought:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to freedom of thought, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Right of self-defense:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to self defence, as this is addressed a separate piece of legislation, the Land Act 1813.

Right to food:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to food, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Right to form a labor union:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to form a labour union, as this is addressed in a separate piece of legislation, the Labour Relations and Solidarity Act 1884.

Right to clothing:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to clothing, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Right of asylum:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to asylum, as this is addressed in a separate piece of legislation, the Refugees Act 1919.

Right to housing:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to housing, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Right to internet access:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to internet access.

Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation):
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to work.

Right to property:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to property, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Freedom from discrimination:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to freedom from discrimination, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Freedom from exile:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to freedom from exile, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Freedom from slavery:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the freedom from slavery, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Right to die:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to die, as this is outlined in a separate piece of legislation, the Euthanasia Act 2010.

Right to water:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to water, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Right to a fair trial:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to a fair trial, as this is outlined in a separate piece of legislation, the Legal Assistance Act 1960.

Right to a lawyer:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to a lawyer, as this is outlined in a separate piece of legislation, the Legal Assistance Act 1960.

Right to life:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to life. It was previously included under the Droits d'Homme between 1800 and 1968.

Right to refuse medical treatment:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to refuse medical treatment, as this is outlined in a separate piece of legislation, the Euthanasia Act 2010.

Right to petition:
The Constitution of Valcluse does guarantee the right to petition, as outlined in the Droits d'Homme.

Right to protest:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to protest, as this is outlined in a separate piece of legislation, the Manifestation Act 1968.

Right to privacy:
The Constitution of Valcluse does not guarantee the right to privacy, as this is outlined in a separate piece of legislation, the Surveillance Act 1960.

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Postby Fairstone » Sun Oct 02, 2016 1:26 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: No
Freedom of speech: yes
Freedom of association: yes
Freedom of movement: yes
Freedom of assembly: yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: yes
Freedom of religion: yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: yes
Freedom of thought: yes
Right of self-defense: yes
Right to food: yes
Right to form a labor union: yes
Right to clothing: yes
Right of asylum: yes
Right to housing: yes
Right to internet access: yes
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): yes
Right to property: yes
Freedom from discrimination: yes
Freedom from exile: yes
Freedom from slavery: yes
Right to die: yes
Right to water: yes
Right to a fair trial: yes
Right to a lawyer: yes
Right to life: yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: yes
Right to petition: yes
Right to protest: yes
Right to privacy: yes
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The Trump Galactical Empire
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Postby The Trump Galactical Empire » Sun Oct 02, 2016 1:34 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: Yes
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: No
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: Yes
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: No (Unless it's religious)
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes
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Postby Republic of the Silver Hand » Sun Oct 02, 2016 1:43 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: Yes
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes (and no capital punishment)
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: No
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: Yes (and open borders)
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: Yes
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Yes, absolutely
Freedom from discrimination: Public but not private, except in a few protected areas
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: No
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes (but abortion is legal in most cases)
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes

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Nortainland
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Postby Nortainland » Sun Oct 02, 2016 3:23 am

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Nortend does not have a codified constitutional and these rights below are found in common law and in legislation.

Freedom of information: No
Right to bear arms: Yes, subject to conditions
Freedom of speech: No
Freedom of association: No. Trade unions are illegal.
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: No
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defence: Yes
Right to food: Yes (negative)
Right to form a labor union: No
Right to clothing: No
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: No
Right to internet access: No
Right to work: No; some occupations or jobs are open only to certain people
Right to property: No
Freedom from discrimination: No
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: No
Right to water: Yes (negative)
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: No
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes
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Zostra
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Postby Zostra » Sun Oct 02, 2016 4:28 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: Yes
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: No inherent right, but grants aslyum
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: No
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes for non-Governmental jobs
Right to property: Personal property, yes. Private property, no.
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes
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Jeltronia
Diplomat
 
Posts: 936
Founded: Jan 20, 2016
Father Knows Best State

Postby Jeltronia » Sun Oct 02, 2016 6:52 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes, subj to conditions
Right to bear arms: Yes, subj to conditions
Freedom of speech: Yes, subj to conditions
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes, subj to conditions
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes, subj to conditions
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes, subj to conditions
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: No
Right of asylum: Yes
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: Yes
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Yes, but subject to expropriation and taxation
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: No
Right to water: No
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes, subj to conditions
Right to privacy: Yes
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Fairviolet Lake
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 130
Founded: Mar 08, 2016
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Fairviolet Lake » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:42 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: No
Freedom of speech: Yes, except in the case of hate speech
Freedom of association: Yes, in most cases
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes, in most cases
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes, in most cases
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Yes, Supreme Court ruled in a 10-5 decision that the government is required to subsidize food for the poor.
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: Yes, Supreme Court ruled in a 9-6 decision that the government is required to assist homeless citizens in finding housing.
Right to internet access: Yes
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Not expressly in the Constitution
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: No
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Not expressly in the Constitution
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes
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Tegrad
Envoy
 
Posts: 308
Founded: Aug 19, 2015
Democratic Socialists

Postby Tegrad » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:51 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: No.
Right to bear arms: No.
Freedom of speech: No.
Freedom of association: No.
Freedom of movement: Yes, however emigration is taxed highly.
Freedom of assembly: Yes, if arranged before hand with the government.
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes.
Freedom of religion: Yes.
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: No.
Freedom of thought: Yes.
Right of self-defense: Yes.
Right to food: Yes.
Right to form a labor union: Yes.
Right to clothing: Yes.
Right of asylum: Yes.
Right to housing: Yes.
Right to internet access: Yes (monitored/restricted).
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes.
Right to property: Private, no. Personal, yes.
Freedom from discrimination: Yes.
Freedom from exile: No.
Freedom from slavery: Yes, however forced labour is used to punish traitors, which isn't considered slavery by the state.
Right to die: Yes.
Right to water: Yes.
Right to a fair trial: Yes.
Right to a lawyer: Yes.
Right to life: Yes.
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes.
Right to petition: Yes.
Right to protest: If peaceful and approved by the government.
Right to privacy: Partial.
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Kihdis
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1410
Founded: Jul 18, 2016
Left-wing Utopia

Postby Kihdis » Sun Oct 02, 2016 10:16 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: Mandatory
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes unless the group is on the list of terror-sponsoring organisations
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: Yes
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: Yes (can and has been refused by citizens)
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): No
Right to property: Personal, not private
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: No
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes
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Gandoor
Powerbroker
 
Posts: 8897
Founded: Sep 23, 2008
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Gandoor » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:41 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: No
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes, however freedom of religion does not trump other rights or laws. (You can't use your religious beliefs to discriminate, for example)
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes, within reason.
Right to food: Not officially, but it is considered part of the 'right to general welfare' that all citizens have
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Not officially, but it is considered part of the 'right to general welfare' that all citizens have
Right of asylum: Yes
Right to housing: Not officially, but it is considered part of the 'right to general welfare' that all citizens have
Right to internet access: Not officially, but Internet access is considered part of the rights to the freedom of information and the freedom of speech that all citizens have.
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Not officially, but it is considered part of the 'right to general welfare' that all citizens have
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes, however abortion is legal.
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes
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The Transylvanian States
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 494
Founded: Aug 06, 2016
Ex-Nation

Postby The Transylvanian States » Mon Oct 03, 2016 7:24 am

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: No
Right to bear arms: No
Freedom of speech: Yes
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: No
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defence: Yes
Right to food: No
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: No
Right of asylum: No
Right to housing: No
Right to internet access: No
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): No
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: No
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: Yes
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes

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Coelter
Lobbyist
 
Posts: 17
Founded: Sep 29, 2016
Ex-Nation

Postby Coelter » Mon Oct 03, 2016 9:59 pm

Does your nation's constitution and/or current law protect the following human rights?
Freedom of information: Yes
Right to bear arms: Restricted, but yes
Freedom of speech: In most cases
Freedom of association: Yes
Freedom of movement: Yes
Freedom of assembly: Yes
Freedom from arbitrary arrest: Yes
Freedom of religion: Yes
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment: Yes
Freedom of thought: Yes
Right of self-defense: Yes
Right to food: Yes
Right to form a labor union: Yes
Right to clothing: Yes
Right of asylum: Yes
Right to housing: Yes
Right to internet access: Yes
Right to work (bars the government from forcing labor union participation): Yes
Right to property: Yes
Freedom from discrimination: Yes
Freedom from exile: Yes
Freedom from slavery: Yes
Right to die: Yes
Right to water: Yes
Right to a fair trial: Yes
Right to a lawyer: Yes
Right to life: Yes
Right to refuse medical treatment: No, except in cases of chronic pain that is deemed non-treatable and unmanageable to a specific degree, or in case of fatal situations
Right to petition: Yes
Right to protest: Yes
Right to privacy: Yes, though some precedents have been set involving government interference

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