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    Judge Zidane calls for a reconsideration of human rights laws

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    Post by Rocky Mon 11 Dec 2023, 4:28 am

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    12/11/2023
    The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, called for a reconsideration of laws and legislation related to human rights, while noting that human rights are inherent to all human beings and indivisible. Judge Zaidan said, during the second conference of the National Human Rights Plan: “Human rights are going through a pivotal stage, and on this day in 1948, the most prominent document in human rights was issued, which included international recognition that basic rights and basic freedoms are inherent to all human beings and are inalienable, as every human being is born free in dignity and limits, and it obligated society He added, “The strength of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights lies in the ideas it contains that are capable of changing our countries and peoples for the better, and which inspire and urge us to continue working, and for all citizens to enjoy freedom and equality.” He explained, “Belief in the doctrine of truth and justice and its adoption As a method and conduct, and an independent judiciary, are the surest guarantees of human rights, which were stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in addition to the principles included in the Iraqi Constitution in 2005 for the exercise and protection of rights and freedoms.” Zaidan called for “a reconsideration of the legislation and laws in force that are no longer It meets the needs of citizens,” indicating that “the new democratic phase also requires the necessity of improving the legal culture, especially the culture of human rights, and adopting it in the national human rights plan for the coming years.” He concluded by saying: “We are all confident that Iraq, in which civilizations are rooted and on whose land universal laws regarding human rights were born.” “The human being will be a pioneer of thought, legal culture and human rights.” The second conference of the National Human Rights Plan began today, Sunday, in the presence and patronage of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani.[/size]
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