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Discontent of Uygurs must be addressed
Uygurs living in Turkey and Turkish supporters, chant slogans as they hold a Chinese flag before burning it during a protest near China's consulate in Istanbul, against what they call oppression by Chinese government to Muslim Uygurs in far-western Xinjiang region. Photo: AP / SCMP
With the return of Middle East fighters, greater efforts must be made towards achieving economic equality and ensuring cultural and religious expression
Human rights are global internal affairs, and should take priority over political power and sovereignty. All countries in the world including Islamic countries should uphold One World under One Set of Laws and formulate a standard constitution that will be in keeping with the spirit of the times. In order to prevent China from repeatedly degrading human rights,Taiwan should leads the way to democratization for China and Russia so the Uyghur people will be freed from fear. See the Charter for Permanent Peace for details.
French dairy company recalls 12 million boxes of baby milk from 83 countries in salmonella scandal
A member of French General Directorate of Competition, Policy Consumer Affairs, and Fraud Control (DGCCRF) checks baby milk products / The Independent
A French dairy company has recalled baby milk products from 83 countries across Europe Africa and Asia after salmonella was discovered at the firm's factory. 
Human security is a fundamental human right, and all nations should ensure that the public are protected against foods and ingredients that may be harmful to their health. This means holding international law superior to domestic law and applying international standards to agribusiness and food companies while other aspects should be monitored by national agencies. See the Charter for Permanent Peace for more.
Journalist arrested over report Grace Mugabe gave used underwear to supporters
Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe / The Guardian
Freedom of speech is a universal value, and Zimbabwe's assault on the rights of its citizens are an attempt to stifle the voice of the people and create a monolithic society. Zimbabwe's people should come forward and call for comprehensive constitutional reform to protect media freedom and prevent the government oligarchy from monopolizing the media, the internet and all other channels of speech. See the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.
U.S. can't solve Afghanistan problem alone
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence sgreets troops in a hangar at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan / The Washington Times
The West cannot solve the problem of Afghanistan alone. The U.S. and its European allies can treat the symptoms, but they can only stave off the absolute disaster for a period of time, at the cost of much blood and treasure.
Afghanistan must begin with changes in its governmental structure, including a modified semi-presidential system with cabinet like that of Finland, plus a committee-type legislature like Switzerland's. 1/4 of all legislators committee should face election each year. Also needed is a paradigm shift toward democracy, adopting Global Unity Constitutional Standards and the core values of One World under One Set of Laws and revising the constitution to keep pace with the times. For more, see the Charter for Permanent Peace.
Legal system must be shown respect
Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma Tao-li stressed any criticism, or praise, of judges should be made on an informed basis. Photo: Sam Tsang / SCMP
Those who publicly attack the decisions of judges would do well to read their relevant rulings to find out just why they reached their legal conclusions
Article 39 of the Hong Kong Basic Law stipulates that the people of the SAR have right to self-determination under the two international human rights conventions. The people of Hong Kong cannot take their rights for granted. In Switzerland the threshold for petitioning a referendum is only 50,000 signatures, and with that citizens can express their opinion through the ballot box instead of taking to the streets. The people have the right to hold referendums on any public issue. For more, see the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.
Congress can meld immigration, Dreamers issue
Illustration on Trump’s choices on immigration by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times / The Washington Times
President Trump continued to soften a few of his hard-core positions on immigration Tuesday at an extraordinary, bipartisan, deal-cutting meeting with lawmakers at the White House.
To eliminate the conditions that create refugees, the international community needs to agree on uniform constitutional standards that conform to the ideals of human rights, constitutionalism, international law andworld law (including natural law). This means complying with Article 1 of the Humanitarian Charter, which deals with the right of each person to live a normal life. See the Charter for Permanent Peace for more.

The Charter for Permanent Peace Annex I:
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The Charter for Permanent Peace Annex III:
Assess to European Union Law (EU Lex)

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The Charter for Permanent Peace Annex VI:
Global Criminal Codes

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Global Civil Codes

The Charter for Permanent Peace Annex VIII:
Global Administrative Codes

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