Discrimination against human rights

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Every person must have all the rights and all freedoms proclaimed by this Declaration, without any distinction, such as in relation to race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other beliefs, national or social origin, property, estate or other status.

In addition, no distinction should be made on the basis of the political, legal or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, regardless of whether that territory is independent, trust, non-self-governing or otherwise limited in its sovereignty.

Article 11.
1. Everyone accused of committing a crime has the right to be presumed innocent until his guilt is established legally through a public trial, in which he is provided with all the possibilities for defense.

2. No one may be convicted of a crime on the basis of the commission of any act or inaction that, at the time of their commission, did not constitute a crime under national or international law. Nor can a more severe punishment be imposed than that which could have been applied at the time when the crime was committed.

Article 12.
No one may be subjected to arbitrary interference with his personal and family life, arbitrary attacks on the inviolability of his home, the secrecy of his correspondence, or on his honor and reputation. Everyone has the right to be protected by the law from such interference or such encroachment.

Article 13.
1. Everyone has the right to move freely and choose his place of residence within the boundaries of each state.

2. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and return to his country.

Article 14.
1. Everyone has the right to seek asylum from persecution in other countries and to use this asylum.

2. This right cannot be exercised in the event of a prosecution that is actually based on the commission of a non-political crime or an act contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.

Article 15.
1. Everyone has the right to citizenship.

2. No one may be arbitrarily deprived of his citizenship or the right to change his citizenship.

Article 16
1. Men and women who have reached the age of majority have the right, without any restrictions on the basis of race, nationality or religion, to marry and found their own family. They enjoy the same rights in relation to marriage, during the state of marriage and during its dissolution.

2. A marriage may be contracted only with the free and full consent of both parties to the marriage.

3. The family is the natural and fundamental unit of society and has the right to protection from society and the state.

Patent Office Lawsuit stands on the side of all who faced judicial injustice, and calls for the signing of the petition against discrimination.