• FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS
    GOVERNMENT

    FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS

    Fundamental human right can be defined as those inalienable (natural) rights, and privileges enjoyed by the citizens of a given state, which are usually stated in the constitution of the country. It is the responsibility of the state to ensure that its citizens enjoy these rights. These are the rights the United Nations Organisation (UNO) has called on all member states and governments of the world to incorporate in their constitution. Such rights include: The right to life, security and protection from inhuman treatment, freedom from slavery, the right to seek redress in court, freedom from unlawful detention and imprisonment, freedom of movement, freedom of joining and forming associations, freedom…

  • NAZISM
    GOVERNMENT

    NAZISM

    Nazism may be defined as a form of government in which the state has a total control over the cultural, social, economic and political activities of the people with their fundamental rights being denied. In this system, law is seen as the product of the leader, e.g. Nazist Germany under Adolf Hitler.   Features or Characteristics of Nazism 1) Totalitarian: The state was all embracing and was seen as having solutions to all problems and questions facing the state of Germany. 2) The philosophy of the National Socialist Party: The state was seen as an end in itself and that individuals are instruments for realizing such ends. Therefore, the people…

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