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Tenth Article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Route to Human RightsArticle 10 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights establishes the right of everyone to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations or of any charge against him. This article ensures that everyone has access to a fair trial in which due process of law is respected and which guarantees that judicial decisions are made in a transparent and equitable manner.

The importance of this article lies in the protection of justice and fairness in legal proceedings. By requiring independent and impartial courts, it prevents undue influence by outside interests and ensures that decisions are based solely on the law and the facts presented. This right is fundamental to maintaining confidence in the judicial system, protecting individuals from injustice, and ensuring that all persons receive fair and equal treatment before the law.

The plaque with Article 9 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is located on a stone cairn at Puerto del Palo, near Allande.

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  • Address
    Puerto del Palo. Allande, 33888, Asturias, Spain
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    10th article

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