Human rights in pakistan and causes of its violation pdf
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Events of Military police wearing the insignia of the new National Guard stand in a display of force at an immigration checkpoint in El Manguito, south of Tapachula, Mexico, on Wednesday, June 19, Impunity remains the norm. Laws enacted in could help address the problems of torture and disappearances, but implementation lags. In February, a well-respected human rights defender was appointed to head the National Search Commission CNB and charged with coordinating the nationwide search for disappeared persons. Abuses against migrants, attacks on independent journalists and human rights defenders, and limitations to accessing sexual and reproductive rights remain serious concerns.
To understand the situation we have to go back in Pakistani and Western history. Pakistan is for the West an important geo-political ally. It is the country which harbours Al-Qaida and Taliban fighters who are fought against with all military means. The Green Party knows that peace is not brought by war. Therefore, the civil government and the civil society in Pakistan have to be strengthened within by changing discriminatory laws in the Pakistani constitution.
Article 10 protects your right to hold your own opinions and to express them freely without government interference. This includes the right to express your views aloud for example through public protest and demonstrations or through:. The law also protects your freedom to receive information from other people by, for example, being part of an audience or reading a magazine. Public authorities may restrict this right if they can show that their action is lawful, necessary and proportionate in order to:. An authority may be allowed to restrict your freedom of expression if, for example, you express views that encourage racial or religious hatred. They must be free to criticise the government and our public institutions without fear of prosecution — this is a vital feature of a democratic society.
Human rights violations by the state of Pakistan
The United Kingdom established its presence in South Asia in the early part of the 17th century. In , the administration of the country was handed over to the British government. Opposition to British rule began at the turn of the 20th century. Although vigorous efforts were made to include Muslims in the Indian nationalist movement, concern for Muslim political rights led to the formation of the Muslim League in The concept of Pakistan, a Muslim nation distinct from Hindu India, was introduced in the s, as fear grew among Indian Muslims of becoming a minority in Hindu India. In , the Muslim League, led by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, called for the creation of a separate Muslim state, in the regions that housed a majority of Muslims. The Indian Independence Act, which came into effect on 15 August , provided for the partition of British India, and the establishment of a separate self-governing dominion within the Commonwealth, Pakistan.
Of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan during the 28th Session, November human rights violations that affect particularly the ethnic minorities living in Gilgit- outside its Constitution, do not allow for Constitutional matters to be Available at: stjamescsf.org [last accessed: 20 February ].
Human rights in Pakistan
The authorities intensified their crackdown on the right to freedom of expression. Enforced disappearances remained pervasive, with no one held accountable for them. The government failed to uphold its commitments to legislate against torture and enforced disappearances. Violence against women and girls remained widespread.
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