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  1. Human Rights Act 1998: Are all human rights absolute and inalienable?

    An example of which is Article 3 ECHR (freedom from torture, inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment). Article 3 has been regarded as an 'absolute right' by the European Court on Human Rights (ECtHR), [5] over a significant length of time and producing an extensive body of case law.[6] It may be thought of as perplexing to talk of an 'absolute' human right within a national human rights system;[7] however, there is also support for the absolute nature of the prohibition on torture within the UN system.[8] Furthermore, the Torture Convention[9] is widely ratified with 159 States Parties and 10 Signatories.[10] Derogable Rights There are other rights within the Convention, which are subject to derogation.

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