The Importance Of Human Rights In Laos

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The human rights had been considerably developed since the second world war, there were approximately 70 million people murdered by Nazis. After the second world war, the United Nations were starting to legislate the laws to constitute the equality of human rights including religion, gender, and status because they did not want these circumstances will occur again. (pearson, 2015) Nevertheless, most of people do not know what the certain meaning of human rights is. According to United Nations human rights of the high commissioner (n.d.), " Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible." This essay will illustrate serious issues on human rights violation in Laos. Laos is located in Southeastern Asia which governed by communist state. The population in Laos estimated 7 million people, most people respect Buddhism. Since 1950, Laos was divided their country. Royalist governments supported by U.S.A. was governed most of the country while other parts were mastered by the Pro-Communist Pathet Lao assisted by their allies the Viet Minh. 3 years later, the french revoke from Laos, which became liberation and constitutional monarchy. (Tim Lambert, n.d.) Laos attempt to find every way to solve the political failed

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