Human rights on Eurth

This is a list of civil rights and liberties found in various nations on Eurth.

     Yes: mostly or totally free within this category
     Partial: certain groups only or fuzzy
     No: no freedoms within this category

List

Country Speech Expression Conscience Religion Press Assembly Association Suffrage From torture Unlawful search and seizure Arbitrary arrest and detention From slavery Due process Fair trial Liberty Privacy Life Property Bear arms Equality From discrimination Bodily integrity
 Rihan Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial
Slaves do not have any rights under the law. Free Rihannsu commoners have rights, to a point, while those who are members of the aristocracy or senatorial class have expanded freedoms. All Free Rihannsu have the same rights as dictated under the Statement of Rights: The right of procreation; the right to own property and to manage it as necessary (this includes the right of slavery and the owner's right to discipline); the right to commit honorable suicide; the right to commerce, subject to the needs of the Republic; the right to present a defense in a publicly recorded trial, aside a public defender, before the courts; the right to apprehend and charge as a private citizen, any criminal or enemy of the Republic, and the right to bear arms, for defense or sign of status, in public and in private. Citizens are not permitted to undertake any action deemed to be against the interest of the Republic and the People. The prohibitions are not outlined and this has given the Senate and the courts tremendous leverage in interpreting an action on a broad spectrum.
 Oyus Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
The Oyusard National Congress protects all rights of citizens. While nationwide votes are rare, so long as you are a citizen of 18, suffrage is a right, including while imprisoned.
 Batengdei Yes Partial Partial Yes Yes Partial Yes Partial Yes Partial Partial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes Yes
Batengdeian Bateng Rouge Party members have exclusive rights above the average citizen. Whereas a non-BRP citizen may not make public demonstrations, a BRP member may. BRP members are also allowed to bear firearms, whereas citizens may not bear weaponry without extensive licensing and testing. Party membership can be revoked if the Bateng Rouge Party believes these privaleges are being abused. The head of any Khett may apprehend anyone who is believed to be an enemy of the state regardless of legal process, though this power is infrequently used as arrested citizens must still go through full legal proceedings in court. Voting is legal for all citizens beginning at age 16, and is revoked for non-BRP members when imprisoned (voting rights are granted again once the sentence is served).
 Mauridiviah Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes Yes
Mauridivians only face significant restrictions when in business and handling weapons.