Oct 22

Review of Article 7 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Do you know: there are 30 human rights laws? These are your most basic human rights and belong to you.
Article 7 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, called “the right to equality before the law”, is equated with equal rights, and emphasizes that everyone has the right to have equal protection without discrimination and on an equal footing.

The rule of law for each individual must be the same. No human being should be treated differently because of race, gender, religion, money or social status.
But does this matter come into effect in the Islamic Republic of Iran? Are all citizens the same against the law?
Paragraphs 9 and 14 of the third principle of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran refer to the establishment of a fair judicial justice for all and an equality of the public against the law.

But what we see in Iran
– Inequality of law in the punishment of crimes
– Inequality at the beginning of the criminal responsibility of men and women
– Inequality in the enjoyment of inheritance on the basis of religion
– Discrimination against women
– Infringement of the rights of religious minorities in the judicial system