Attachment X. "Countries’ Human Rights Issues Are Global Internal Affairs". Comparison with the norms of the Constitutional Standards

(Necessary conditions for human peace: §11 Human rights issues are global internal affairs, and the victim of any human rights is regarded as the victim of all human beings.)

Nation

Score

Reason

CSPP

Score

China

0

Bans on Human Rights, Democracy and Freedom

CSPP §11

Full marks

India

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

United States

90

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Indonesia

30

Indonesian Constitution §28.J

CSPP §11

Full marks

Pakistan

30

Pakistan Constitution §9

CSPP §11

Full marks

Brazil

60

Brazil Constitution §5

CSPP §11

Full marks

Nigeria

0

Nigerian Constitution §33

CSPP §11

Full marks

Bangladesh

30

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Russia

0

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Mexico

30

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Japan

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Philippines

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Egypt

0

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Ethiopia

0

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Vietnam

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

DRCongo

0

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Iran

0

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Germany

90

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Republic of Turkey

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

France

90

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Republic of Korea

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Australia

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights

CSPP §11

Full marks

Taiwan

60

Concern about some aspects of human rights but no amendments to the Constitution (Taiwan) § 10

CSPP §11

Full marks

Conclusions: 1: The above scores are preliminary evaluation statistics, and will be corrected by actuarial calculations. 2: One of the primary conditions for permanent peace is that human rights should take precedence over sovereignty. Human rights issues are global internal affairs and one of the absolute requirements for liberating the last 56 autocratic regimes shackling humanity.