How children’s rights are protected at home, at school and in the locality.

Legislative delegation is the exceptional and limited authorization that Congress may grant to the Executive Branch so that it may temporarily exercise some of the legislative powers that the Constitution grants to the Legislative Branch. The Congress retains the ownership of the delegated legislative power, may exercise it while the term of the delegation elapses and may even resume it in advance by repealing the law through which it was granted.

The legislative delegation constitutes an exception to the principle of division of powers and to the subprinciple of “functional correctness”, which establishes that the powers granted by the national constitution to each of the organs of government may only be exercised by them and not by the others.

Through the legislative delegation, the possibility of replacing the complex ordinary procedure for the enactment of laws by the Congress, provided for in Articles 77-84, by a much simpler one, which only requires the concurrent decision of the President and the Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers, is enabled. The rationale that has been put forward to constitutionally allow the legislative delegation is that the normative demand required for the proper functioning of contemporary political systems cannot be adequately met by the ordinary procedure for the enactment of laws, given the amount and technical complexity, and the speed of regulatory response that is necessary for the effective development of political life in our days ([2]).

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What rights do you remember that are necessary to live?

Children have the right to live in a family that loves them and treats them well, to health and food, to live in a clean environment, to have access to drinking water, to express themselves freely, to play, to participate and to use information technologies, among others.

How do we know that rights protect us?

Thus, human rights in Mexico, the United States and other countries are protected primarily through constitutional, statutory and other domestic laws, as well as by their respective law enforcement machinery.

What are rights and 5 examples?

Right to life and security (care of life). … The right to nationality, and to change nationality. Right to marry and to found a family. The right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

Children’s Rights

Our Constitution is no stranger to these ideas and, starting from the principle of freedom of association, contains rules relating to associations of constitutional relevance, such as political parties (Article 6), trade unions (Articles 7 and 28), religious denominations (Article 16), consumer and user associations (article 51) and professional organizations (article 52), and in a general way defines, in article 22, the principles common to all associations, eliminating the system of preventive control, contained in Law 191/1964, of December 24, 1964, on Associations, and making its exercise possible.

It is also undeniable, as the Economic and Social Committee of the European Union recalls in its opinion of January 28, 1998, the importance of associations for the preservation of democracy.

By organizing themselves, citizens are equipped with more effective means of communicating their views on the various problems of society to political decision-makers. Strengthening democratic structures in society strengthens all democratic institutions and contributes to the preservation of cultural diversity.

How do human rights protect people?

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and two Covenants

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) was the first legal document protecting human rights. It is generally accepted as the foundation of international human rights law.

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What are the protected rights?

Right to life. Right to physical integrity. Right to liberty . Right to use and dispose of property.

What are the rights that need to be addressed in Mexico?

The right to life, freedom of expression and conscience, education, housing, political participation and access to information are some of them”.


As indigenous people, we have the same rights and opportunities as other members of the population, and we must fully enjoy human rights and fundamental freedoms, without hindrance or discrimination.

Our social and cultural identity, customs, traditions and institutions must be respected. We deserve recognition and protection of our social, cultural, religious and spiritual values and practices.

Our ownership and possession of our lands must be recognized by the government. We have the right to access to lands where we are accustomed to carry out traditional and subsistence activities.

“In the United Mexican States, any discrimination based on ethnic or national origin, gender, age, disabilities, social status, health conditions, religion, opinions, sexual preferences, marital status or any other that violates human dignity and has the purpose of nullifying or impairing the rights and freedoms of persons is prohibited.” Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, Art. 1.

What is the most important right we human beings have?

The right to life is the right to physical existence and access to a dignified life. It is also one of the most important human rights, since its enjoyment is a prerequisite for the enjoyment of all other rights. All human beings enjoy this right from the very moment of conception.

What are fundamental human rights?

Fundamental rights are those inherent to the human being, which belong to every person by reason of his dignity. Objective concept: the State is bound by laws, norms and others; therefore, it is already a State of law.

What are the rights of children and adolescents?

Children and adolescents have the right to have their life, survival and dignity protected and their integral development guaranteed. They cannot be deprived of their life under any circumstances. … The lack of documentation to prove their identity will never be an obstacle to guarantee their rights.

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The Committee considered the combined fifth and sixth periodic report of El Salvador (CRC/C/SLV/5-6) at its 2314th and 2315th meetings (see CRC/C/SR.2314 and 2315), held on 18 and 19 September 2018, and adopted at its 2340th meeting, held on 5 October 2018, the present concluding observations.

(f) Strengthen institutional capacities in order to effectively detect, investigate and prosecute corruption cases, taking into account target 16.5 of the Sustainable Development Goals (significantly reduce corruption and bribery in all its forms).

(b) Ensure that data and indicators are disseminated to relevant ministries and agencies and used to formulate, monitor and evaluate policies, programmes and projects aimed at the effective implementation of the Convention;

(d) Take into account the conceptual and methodological framework contained in the report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) entitled “Human Rights Indicators: A Guide to Measurement and Implementation”;

By Rachel Robison

Rachel Robison is a blogger who collects information on court filings and notices.