Opinion Jul 29, 2019 5:17 PM EST

Why constitutional rights should have priority over human rights

By choosing to enforce Yaniv’s human rights, the strong arm of the state is reaching down into the personal lives of these women and forcing them to do a very intimate act against their own personal convictions. Such a scenario is the antithesis of a free society.

Why constitutional rights should have priority over human rights
Jordan Schroeder Montreal, QC
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