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It noted the court's decision violates articles (31) and (38) of the 2005 interim constitution, and underscored that Sudan is a signatory to the international bill of human rights which calls for the freedom of belief.
The Universal Declarations are the covenants collectively referred to as the International Bill of Human Rights and are recognized by the international community for insuring a life of dignity and worth to each individual.
Addameer also demands the United Nations to immediately intervene this infringement of his rights, as well as demand the occupying power to respect the rules and provisions of International Humanitarian Law and the International Bill of Human Rights.
At the core of the new institution was an idea that had been percolating since the turn of the century--an international bill of human rights that would include civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights.
These arrangements, collectively known as the International Bill of Human Rights, were reaffirmed in the Helsinki Accords of 1975, and buttressed by the threat of international sanctions against offending nations.