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Should other countries fallow Slovenia's example an make access to water a constitutional right?

  • Access to water should be a basic human right.

    Access to water should be a basic human right. No one should be able to own the water any more than the air one breathes. Can you imagine a future scenario where water, food, air, and travel over land, sea, or air is completely restricted due to private interests holding claims on all of these resources?

  • Water Is Necessary for Life

    Access to water should definitely be a constitutional right. No one should be forced to have unclean and inaccessible drinking water just because their government isn't paying attention or simply does not care at all. We need water to live for many reasons. We need water to cook, to clean, to drink, etc.

  • Yes, other countries should follow Slovenia's example and make access to water a constitutional right.

    Yes, other countries should follow Slovenia's example and make access to water a constitutional right because it is a right that all people deserve. If someone does not have access to water, that person will not survive long. Everyone needs to be able to get water on a daily basis.

  • The Death Penalty Gives The Government and the Courts Too Much Power Over Human Life

    With the implimentation of the death penalty, the government and the court systems are given the right to who lives and dies. This is far too much power, especially considering many inmates on death row are wrongfully convicted and therefore are innocent. There is also a huge cost sustained by putting people to death given all the lawsuits that would have to take place in order to make it happen.


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