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Nov 03

Review of Article 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its coonstitution of the Islamparison with the cmic Republic of Iran

Do you know: Article 30 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? Your most basic human rights are yours.
Article 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; All human beings have the right to free association and formation of peaceful associations.
And he stressed that nobody had to be compelled to join any association.

Freedom of assembly and demonstration is one of the manifestations of democracy and is one of the fundamental rights that individuals can freely and peacefully gather together and there is no obstacle to their gathering.
People can engage in practical participation and direct presence in the civil affairs of the society, and the ruling board and public opinion to their demands, and this way they will make demands.
The right to form societies is also accepted in international documents, and Article 21 of the Covenant on Civil and Political Rights emphasizes that this right should not be subject to any restrictions, unless it would disrupt the public order of society.
However, in accordance with Article 26 of the Constitution of Iran, only political parties, political parties, and Islamic or religious minorities are free to form free communities, and Article 27 of the Constitution stipulates that gatherings and marches without weapons It is mentioned that it is not detrimental to the principles of Islam
The important thing is that the constitution, while recognizing the freedom of assembly, has been subject to the general limits of the application and implementation of this freedom.
And it recognizes this right only for well-known parties and associations, and these laws are in conflict with the principles of equality and equal rights for all strata of the nation. ”
Governments should not form these gatherings subject to dominant ideology and domination, and what is certain is that people come together on the basis of a shared belief and belief that may conflict with the rules governing that society.
And this is how gathering together in Iran has barriers and challenges such as obtaining permits, administrative mechanisms, how police clashes with communities, and so on.