United Nations' Bill Of Rights: A Comparative Analysis
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United Nations' Bill Of Rights: A Comparative Analysis
This study traced the historical background of Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution and examined Chapters 2 and 4 of the Constitution, more particularly Sections 13-24 and 35-46 that contains the fundamental objectives and directive principles of state’s socio economic policies and human rights provisions so as to ascertain whether they comply with the international human rights standards. A combination of case study and interdisciplinary approach were adopted, using Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution to compare with the United Nations’ Bill of Rights to justify the analysis of our study. Our findings revealed that the Rights in Articles 1-29 of the UN Bill of Rights are more embracing than ChaptersDownloadViews: 98

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