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Wang, Ting: The relationship between democracy and human rights
Date: 1/19/2019 3:57:41 PM Sender: Wang, Ting
Wang, Ting: The relationship between democracy and human rights
王婷(Wang, Ting)
The link between democracy and human rights is reflected in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
It states: “The will of the people is the basis of government power; this will should be expressed in regular and genuine elections, and elections should be based on universal and equal voting rights, and by secret ballot or equivalent free voting procedures. ".
The rights under the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the subsequent human rights instruments covering group rights (such as indigenous peoples, minorities, persons with disabilities) are also elements of democracy, as they ensure wealth. Fair distribution, equal and fair enjoyment of civil and political rights.
The United Nations General Assembly and the former Human Rights Commission have for several years sought to use international human rights instruments to promote a common understanding of the principles, norms, standards and values on which democracy is based, with the aim of guiding Member States to develop their own democratic traditions and institutions and to achieve them. Its commitment to human rights, democracy and development.

Wang, Ting
January 19, 2019

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