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Universal Declaration of the Citizen Right to Vote at the UN

Universal Declaration of the Citizen Right to Vote at the UN


Recognizing the fundamental principle of democracy, where all citizens have the right to participate in decisions that affect their lives, and acknowledging the importance of inclusive and representative governance on a global scale,

Affirming that the right to vote is a cornerstone of democratic societies and is essential for the promotion of peace, justice, and human rights,

Aware that the United Nations (UN) serves as a global platform for addressing international issues and fostering cooperation among nations,

We, the peoples of the world, hereby declare the following rights and principles to ensure that every citizen has the right to vote at the UN.

Article 1: Right to Universal Suffrage

Every individual, regardless of nationality, gender, race, religion, or socio-economic status, shall have the right to vote in UN elections and referenda.

Article 2: Equal Representation

Each vote shall carry equal weight, ensuring that every individual's voice is heard and considered in the decision-making processes of the UN.

Article 3: Non-Discrimination

No person shall be discriminated against or denied the right to vote based on their nationality, gender, race, religion, political beliefs, or any other status.

Article 4: Accessibility and Inclusivity

Voting processes shall be accessible to all citizens, including those with disabilities, ensuring that everyone can participate without barriers.

Article 5: Transparency and Fairness

The voting system at the UN shall be transparent and conducted with integrity, ensuring that all votes are accurately counted and reported.

Article 6: Right to Information

Citizens shall have the right to access comprehensive and accurate information about UN elections, referenda, and other voting processes, enabling them to make informed decisions.

Article 7: Protection of Voters

All citizens shall be protected from coercion, intimidation, or any form of violence or discrimination related to their participation in the voting process.

Article 8: Periodic and Genuine Elections

UN elections and referenda shall be held periodically and in a manner that ensures the genuine expression of the will of the people.

Article 9: Civic Education

Efforts shall be made to educate citizens about their voting rights and responsibilities, fostering a culture of active and informed participation in global governance.

Article 10: Implementation and Monitoring

Mechanisms shall be established to implement and monitor the provisions of this declaration, ensuring that the right to vote at the UN is upheld and protected for all citizens.

This Universal Declaration of the Citizen Right to Vote at the UN is a call to action for all member states, organizations, and individuals to work together in promoting and safeguarding the democratic right of every citizen to participate in the global decision-making processes of the United Nations.

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