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
 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.
 Cristina Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Civil rights, economic freedom and political freedom are guaranteed in the Cristinese Charter of Rights. Suffrage is a right for citizens above 16, 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.
 Metztlitlalio Yes Yes Partial No Partial Yes Partial Partial Partial Yes Partial No Yes Yes Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Yes Partial Partial
Most of Metztlitlalio's lack of human rights is down to the wide-spread authoritarian culture of the plurality ethnic groups and the government allowing for said culture to express itself to it's near fullest extent. Under 'partial' tends to be a difference between freemen and slaves. These practices have begun to be rooted out through education and laws, but the process is slow and unsustainable.
 Heiheguo

Partial Partial Yes No Partial Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes Partial Partial Yes Yes Yes Partial Yes Yes No Partial Partial Yes
Many of the freedoms restricted by the Heiheren government usually only apply when criticising the government and religious institutions or figures. Often, talk against the government or the state-religion is not punished, though will be if enough attention is brought to it.
 Mantella Partial Partial Partial Partial No Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Partial Yes Partial Partial Partial Partial Yes Partial No Partial Partial Yes
Despite numerous rights being de jure guaranteed by the country's constitution, human rights groups and nations have asserted that, in practice, there is no right to free speech, and the only radio, television, music and news providers that are deemed legal are those controlled by the New Order.