Human rights are thus rights which all persons (mankind), everywhere, and at all times, have by virtue of being mortal and rational creatures. They are inherent in every human by virtue of his humanity. These rights embrace a wide spectrum of civil, political, economic, social, cultural, group solidarity and developmental claims which are considered indispensable to a meaningful human existence. They are demands or claims that individuals or groups make on society, some protected by law and part of ex lata, while others remain aspirations to be attained in future. Constitutional rights on the other hand are Rights in the constitution which are enforceable in accordance with the provisions of the constitution, unlike general human rights, some of which are not justiciable and constitute mere aspirations of the citizens.
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