All Universal Human Rights are important in their own way.
(i) Right to freedom of speech and expression enables a person to discuss freely for public and national well-being.
(ii) Right to have judicial remedy enables a citizen to move to any court if his rights are curtailed by the Government, any person, or any other agency.
(iii) Right to vote freely and to take part in the Government of one’s country ensures political rights to a citizen.
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