Human rights in Sancratosia

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Human rights in Sancratosia are provided for by several provisions in the legal framework of Sancratosia, especially in the Constitution.

Constitutional rights in Sancratosia

Freedoms and fundamental rights are enshrined in the Constitution especially in "Title III. The freedoms and fundamental rights" which is the Sancratosian equivalent to a bill of rights. It enshrines certain fundamental rights and freedoms to Sancratosians such as the individual security, the inviolability of the home, the right to private and familial life, the liberty of cults, the right to free instruction and the freedom of association, among many others.

Other rights such as the right to vote and the conditions under which it is exercised are also included in the Constitution.

LGBT rights

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Sancratosia are among the most-advanced in the world, with LGBT people enjoying equal rights.

The legal framework of Sancratosia guarantees equal rights to all individuals. LGBT activism is legal and supported by the State and the Sovereign Princess, who is a transgender and an activist herself. There is also legal protection against all types of discrimination.[1]

Sancratosia participates in the observation of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia on 17 May of each year.[2]

See also

Notes and References



  1. Principality of Sancratosia (13 January 2022), "Law no 5 of 13 January 2022 on the provisions against discrimination",
  2. Principality of Sancratosia (17 May 2022), "We hope to live in a welcoming world where it is possible to love and be.", Twitter

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