The fate and interests of the ruling group is compared with the fate and interests of the society in general. All the other groups of citizens do not have any opportunity to express their opinions and thoughts on governance, as well as to study sciences or to be engaged in any art activity. Only the mighty minority has the monopoly to use military power and violent coercion towards other citizens of society, who do not have right to
The state shall guarantee conditions for the free activities of democratic political parties and social organisations.” However, despite this constitutional provision, several other laws drastically restrict the freedom of speech and the press in the country, such as the Publication Law, entered into force in 1975 and last revised in 1999. Freedom House ranks the DPRK at the bottom of 197 countries regarding freedom of expression in 2014. No other law protects the freedom of the press, besides Article 67 of the Constitution. The media in the DPRK are entirely controlled by the State, and have the unique purpose of praising the regime and the Juche ideology. Newspapers, radios and other TV channels thus have no freedom to express other opinions and viewpoints than those of the Government.
We live in a global village that has many religions in it and hence should not make laws that are partial to few or put others at a disadvantage. Religions have contradicting opinions on topics and no law supporting or declaring that any one opinion is correct should be passed. Looking at it from a broader perspective, religion should not interfere with the rights of people, such as freedom of speech. Salman Rushdie himself felt the blunt of this as the supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued a Fatwa against him, calling for his assassination following the publication of his novel, The Satanic Verses in the l980s. He claimed that the book was against religion as an Islam itself.
Many people are failing to recognize the government’s full potential of surveillance over citizens. Most people truly are either just oblivious to the matter or are turning a blind eye on it. Having no privacy over people 's own lives own life takes a turn on things and pushes them straight into the reality the country is dealing with right now. When taking a look at other countries that the government watches over everyone, like North Korea, it’s assuring that that’s not where anyone would want to live. People want to live in a place where they feel safe to read, publish, or watch whatever they want without being watched.
Some even cited God as the reason for the outbreak as He was punishing the victims for living filthy lives or having “poor internal constitution”. This theory even affected the scientific community with the acceptance of the miasma theory of disease. Most doctors, aside from Snow, believed the theory at the time. This collective acceptance only hindered the discovery of a cure and pushed the elitist view of social status further. “Raw social prejudice also played a role…the miasma theory was regularly invoked to justify all sorts of groundless class and ethnic biases.” (132).
Society will always differ over how we should and should not publicly post what we choose, the government also gets involved in this which takes away some of our amendment rights. The majority of people believe that by not allowing some things to be said or published, that this constitutional right is being violated. In essence, this means that government censorship would primarily attempt to stop an unintentional effect of certain speech or expression on the Internet; in other words, the government would be opposing the idea of individualism in society. Our rights get violated in everyday life and the government hinders part of it. Society should have fullness of their right and be allowed to post whatever they please to without worrying about it being removed by the
Homosexual couples are not allowed to adopt, marry and also will not be recognised as an official couple. There are also no anti-discrimination laws helping the LGBTs, and they may be subjected to workplace abuse, provisions in goods and services abuse as well as not directed discrimination and hate messages. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak have described gays as a "deviant culture" that is a stain on Malaysia.
Similar to North Korea, they too have no freedom of speech or freedom of press due to holding an information blockade which restricts the need for North Korean citizens to become distant from their beliefs taught to them. The media outlets are controlled in North Korea by their president Kim Jong-un, which suggests that there is no freedom of press whatsoever. Being able to travel in and out of the country, and having access to mobile devices are all strictly checked upon to ensure that all information is strictly from North Korea only. This means that everything is all monitored and controlled such as
10. Causes of enhancing vulnerabilities in different areas or levels of Bangladesh: (a) Social Cause: Bangladesh society does not accept prostitutes normally. People’s meditation is that they spoil the whole society. If any woman or girl goes in prostitutions, our society does not pay any facilities or opportunities to go her previous place. She does not get honor but hate.
Child labor is illegal in Bangladesh but government officials can be bribe that means exceptions are made. Child labor is a reality even in our community, people are poor and corrupt government officials can be paid bribes. Human trafficking, child mortality, poor education standards, environment destruction and terrorism are all fuelled by corruption in the government. Corruption is more than just losing public funds but it’s all about the cost of people’s lives. About sixty eight percent of the countries around the globe have a serious corruption problem.