No Especial Treatment Inside Jails

No Especial Treatment Inside Jails

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Rexson Lopez started this petition to phillipine government and

"An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth".
This line came from the Code of Hamurabi saying that if someone does something bad, that person should be punished by the same thing done to them.

According to artice 7 of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, "all are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law". Thus, everyone must be treated equally under the law regardless of status, race, gender, national origin, color, ethnicity , religion , disability , or other characteristics, without privileged, discrimination or bias. Same goes when it comes to justice and crimes we should avoid favoritism. People have different backgrounds and races but one thing is for sure, that is fairness among us all. Under the law there is no rich nor a poor state but justice in the society is not prevailed. Special treatments in prison should not conquer the system of our just and humane society. Criminals who are rich, and other high people are usually receiving this kind of treatment while poor criminals are not having a proper treatment and suffering more inside the jails where in this kind of injustice is unfavorable. Principles of equality and equity shoud be used as a platform to raise fairness among our fellow ones behind the railings. Moreover, cops should also take part. Their job is to sustain cases and locked in prisoners in their respective cells not in a five star hotel like room. This issue must have an end point. Living behind the bars have a significant meaning and it is being responsible for our own actions. On the other hand, living in a four cornered "luxurious" railing is a sign of being reckless and simply inhumane.

We should not let the law grinds the poor and, rich men rule the law. Together, let us promote egalitarianism. After all, we are all equal in the eye of law.

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