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- some sources argue that non-derogable rights cannot be suspended however this theory is contested. emergency law does and can override
- this cannot apply to articles which contain non-derogable rights. it may also apply to inherent limitations that have been confirmed to exist
- ban on torture and cruel and degrading treatment: this prohibition is absolute and non-derogable. ' 'no exceptional cir****stances whatsoever
- with the exception of non-derogable human rights (international conventions cl**** the right to life, the right to be free from slavery, the
- community of states as a norm from which no derogation is permitted. that show the earliest application of peremptory norms as non-derogable.
- in terms of european union legislation, a derogation can also imply that a member state delays the implementation of an element of an eu
- states can deviate from customary international law by enacting treaties and conflicting laws, but jus cogens are non-derogable.
- the third section sets forth and describes the non-derogable rights and freedoms that may not be suspended or limited even during a state
- an umbrella with holes: respect for non-derogable human rights during declared states of emergency, 1996-2004” human rights review 13.4:
- freedom of religion , in particular the right of each and every individual to change their religion , as a 'fundamental and non-derogable right'.