Political freedom

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May 19, 2022

Political freedom is the right, possibility and possibility of self-determination and the right to express personal will. Political science has developed a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to the interpretation of the category of political freedom. Charles Louis Montesquieu argued that political freedom could exist only in a state where all relations are governed by law and where laws prevail over the will of the rulers. Ukrainian scientist II Prokopenko, associate professor of NAU, defines political freedom as the main factor on which the functioning of a democratic political system depends; it is an opportunity for citizens to realize various interests through participation in the socio-political life of the country, the possession of political rights. Political freedoms. The ability to exercise fundamental human rights, especially the right to free development of the individual. The classic political freedoms enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and enshrined in the constitutions of democracies include: freedom of association, freedom of thought, freedom of assembly, and freedom of expression (suffrage). See also Political human rights Freedom to form parties

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