An important role is carried out by the criminal justice system in a democratic society. My philosophy and approach for balancing individual rights and public protection is that law enforcement authorities should restrict citizens’ liberties through force to compel obedience of law if those liberties cause harm to the society. Authorities maintain law and order by restricting freedoms of the citizens through force to constrain them to obey the law penalizing those who disobey the law. However, the citizens must be free to exercise the freedoms granted and guaranteed by the Constitution. Therefore, the law must give way to reasonable exercise of civil liberties when those freedoms do not cause harm to others.
The injustice for the righteous are rooted from the oppression set by the corrupt social system of Jerusalem and the Babylonian Empire (Sweeney, “Habakkuk,” HBC, 740).The righteous and innocent were already suffering from a social oppression prior to God’s divine judgement. However, their injustice continues as God allows evil to become more powerful. Habakkuk complains and prays to Yahweh, asking why he had abandon the people and allowed the righteous to suffer. God was supposed to favor the innocent and righteous, yet he does not help
The control over the means of production, which is the PSD, affects the superstructure which is the education. Possible Solutions With the rise of the institutional racist in the country it is mandatory that the government should take action to convince the citizens that this country can unite no matter how diverse their culture and how many different ethnics exist in the minority of Malaysia. Solutions available for the government to prevent racism that already spreads to several institution, public or private, are the equal privileges, media creating awareness toward racism and finally civilians unity. 1. Government Provides Equal Rights From what we can understand about our case study here, the government hasn’t created an equal share among the citizens, cutting the privilege for certain races instead, leading to another issue that we call racism.
Thus, if individuals were to be violent in order, to express and get their opinions to be heard then society itself will become destructive and chaos. Instead, a responsible individual would realize the importance of the laws that our government creates and puts in place in order, to protect the well-being of the citizens. As a result, one should be able to trust the laws in a society and understand that they are created in order, to protect the common good and the collective interest of the individuals in
INTRODUCTION As greatly as societies may differ, one cannot deny that they all connect in possessing one factor that is paramount to their stability: The Law. Evidently, one cannot talk about the law without summoning to mind the parties that enforce it. The police, as one may know it nowadays, protect and serve the community from harm and injustice. What happens, however, when said injustice becomes grounds for some policemen’s actions? One of the oldest topics of unrest concerning equality and justice is race.
The modern concept of human rights is rooted in the experiences of ‘legal lawlessness’ when crimes were committed with the authorization of the law, and when some human beings were denied their status as such. An answer to these experiences was the emergence of the international human rights law 2. The main aim of this branch of international law is to prevent broad violations of fundamental rights from recurring in the future. Appreciating the worth of every human being, the international community decided to eliminate elements that could destroy the individual person, but also to create the conditions that would enable him or her to develop and flourish 3. Accordingly, the Preambles of Universal Declaration of Human Rights provides that the
Without the rule of law, impunity reigns. In order that, by punishing violations of international legal norms and by promoting adherence to these norms, the ICC and the Rome Statute system play vital role in advancing the rule of law, thereby reducing impunity. Rome Statute concerns norms aimed at preventing crimes which threaten the peace, security and well-being of the world. The acts and omissions which include under its authority are so heinous, so destructive, that every effort towards their prevention is important. Accountability is essential not only for the sake of the past, but also for the future as well.
The first source depicts an ideology that holds the belief that change in society leads to radical thoughts that will later incite a revolution. The revolt would cause chaos and disarray to society. This expresses the ideal way to provide prosperity and harmony to society is for individuals to follow government law and order. The source, concerning the issue of the status quo in society, is a resolution that connects to classical liberalism. Conservatism is rooted in liberalism, explaining that its core values rely on maintaining the traditions and the social order of the past generation.
CORRUPTION AS A CHALLENGE TO FAIR JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION -ARYAN BABELE The protection of rule of law is an essential practice for any progressive society. Importance of rule of law comes into light only when there is access to justice even for vulnerable people and when they are not left behind as aggrieved victim. In India, ‘Access to Justice’ is a constitutionally enshrined fundamental right, but in absence of proper check on justice system and its instruments violations are sporadic due to a certain influence in administration. This influence is a reason for India’s problem of institutionalized corruption across all departments of the justice administration in India. Protection of rule of law includes determined legal system that revert back problems and grieves in a fair, non discriminatory and efficient manner.
RTI stood behind the whistleblowers to stop the corruption. The ill money of the corruption utilize in ill activities which destruct the society. RTI by birth an anti corruption law and its successful practices witnessed that how remarkably things come in order by RTI. A strong civil society needs to aware the people for the benefits of RTI and practices it as a tool of success. 2.4 Accountability Right to information is not only just to get the information but it makes the corrupt elements accountable too.