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The "Self-Determination" Claims

Updated: Mar 14

Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

FEB 27TH, 2024

Respectfully Addressed To

UN Secretary General, His Excellency, Antonio Guterres, Esq

For Presentation To The Consideration Of The UN General Assembly, Forthwith

Kwa'mutsun Sovereign Nation, Herein, Opines

As Expressed Within The Parameters Of Free Prior Informed Consent Provisions

Note : US Senator Schumer March 14th, 2024 re Israel & Palestine Settlement : Note

See The Two-State Solution @ 12:22 Minutes Presentation

The legal background of the declaration of the individual right to “self-determination” is a complex and evolving topic in international law. According to the Australian Human Rights Commission, the right to self-determination is enshrined in international law under Article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as well as the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights1. However, the interpretation and application of this right has varied over time and across different contexts.

The right of self-determination is not an absolute or unlimited right, and it must be balanced with other principles of international law, such as the respect for the territorial integrity and political unity of states, the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and the promotion of peace and security4. The exact scope and content of the right of self-determination, as well as the criteria and procedures for its exercise, remain subject to debate and interpretation by states, peoples, and international bodies. The right of self-determination is a dynamic and evolving concept that reflects the aspirations and struggles of peoples around the world for freedom, justice, and dignity.

SO BE IT : ITA SIT : 就這樣吧



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Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

FEB 27TH 2024

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