What has hitherto
been referred to as international human rights law is, in fact, a
mixture of a variety of social, political, and ... laws, which in both
the theoretical and practical spheres include many shortcomings and
defects. We believe that in order to achieve practical human rights, it
is not only better that it is necessary to separate these areas. This is
necessary for several reasons:
· By differentiating the various contexts, the focus of human rights institutions will be on fundamental human rights. This will give more time to address this important issue and naturally give it more chance of realizing it.
· By distinguishing basic human rights from other fields, especially human rights, powerful institutions responsible for the protection and promotion of human rights (specifically, governments) will show a lower sensitivity and resistance to implementing human rights (fundamental).
· Legislating, implementing and evaluating of human rights will be easier if basic human rights be distinguished from other areas. This is because the basic human rights emphasize issues that are tangible, visible and measurable.