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What are the 5 human rights in the Philippines?

These rights include the right to life and liberty, personal security, freedom from torture, freedom from discrimination and freedom from arbitrary arrest, among others.

What are the common human rights in the Philippines?

They have equal rights in civil, political, social, and cultural aspects of life. The State shall protect and defend them from discrimination, exploitation, trafficking, assault, battery and other forms of abuse and violence.

Are there any human rights bodies in the Philippines?

There are a number of other human rights bodies within the government, including an Inter-Agency Committee (IAC), inaugurated in 2013, that is tasked with investigating cases of extra-judicial killings, enforced disappearances and torture. This Committee includes the representatives of the Philippines state security forces.

Are there any international human rights treaties in the Philippines?

Of the ten ASEAN Member States, the Philippines has ratified the most international human rights treaties. The 2006 International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearances is the only one of the nine core human rights treaties not yet ratified by the Philippines.

What is the rule of law in the Philippines?

General Information. in ASEAN. Rule of Law & Human Rights. The Philippines Constitution vests judicial power in the Supreme Court and the lower courts. The Supreme Court is the highest appeal court and also hears constitutional matters. Lower courts can rule on constitutionality but these rulings do not become precedent.

What are the Miranda rights in the Philippines?

Miranda Rights – Section 12, Article III of the 1987 Philippine Constitution that states a person’s right to remain silent; to legal counsel; and to not be tortured, threatened, or intimidated; or secretly detained without communication or in solitary confinement. Continue reading below ↓ Continue reading below ↓