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What are the rights of a citizen to his country?

Let's assume that the country is a democratic country. Democratic countries have some basic rights that everyone are allowed to have. These includes the right to own a property, right to have your own wealth, the right to vote and choose the proper leaders that would lead the country.

Democracy is defined as a system where everyone is able to benefit from the freedom of speech and won't be also afraid to be prosecuted. Democratic countries usually have leaders that are appointed by the people of the nation what these people would do should be on the side of its citizens and the people.

In a democratic country, everyone is protected by an equal law and no one should be above the law. These laws are internationally recognized and can't be taken away from the citizens of a country. Everyone has the right to practise their own religion in where they can freely practise what they like to believe in.

Being in a democratic country ensures that everyone in the country is part of a global citizenship as other countries recognize democracy instead of dictatorship. Imagine living in North Korea and being commanded on what is to be believed. When we one day we're allowed to go to a democratic country then it would feel really strange to feel so free.


1...the Rights to basic education...

2...the rights to Freedom of a religion and also a conscience...

3...the rights to an actual Freedom of speech and also press...

4...the rights to an actual Freedom of association.

5...the Rights to a peaceful protest.....

6....the Rights to actually be able to have an actual redress of any grievances

7...the rights to Equal basic protection under the law of the country...

8..the Rights to an actual trial by the jury.

9...the Rights to basic privacy and be able to have an actual freedom from the cruel and also unusual punishments....


Citizens of a nation bound not by race or religion, but by the shared values of freedom, liberty, and equality.

The decision to apply is a significant one. Citizenship offers many benefits and equally important responsibilities. By applying, you are demonstrating your commitment to this country.

There is also rights that can make a citizen of a country.

Freedom to express yourself.

Freedom to worship as you wish.

Right to a prompt, fair trial by jury.

Right to vote in elections for public officials.

Freedom to pursue “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”


1...A citizen should have the rights to good governance...

2..a citizen should have the rights to a good economy...

3..a citizen should have the rights to wonderful basic education


4...a citizen should have the rights to vote and excercise their democratic rights.

5..A citizen should have the rights to basic medical care...