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Opinion on following human rights laws for decision making in India 2019

Attitude on following international laws on human rights when deciding what to do in India as of May 2019

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 23, 2019
Opinion on following human rights laws for decision making in India 2019 According to a survey conducted by Ipsos in May 2019, 39 percent of Indian respondents felt that the country should never break international laws on human rights while deciding what to do. At the same time, 25 percent of the respondents felt that the international law should be taken into account no more than other considerations. Out of all the countries surveyed in the study, the support for never breaking human rights laws was highest in Poland, Hungary and Spain. While India, Belgium and Malaysia ranked highest on their response to ignore human rights laws in decision making.
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Attitude on following international laws on human rights when deciding what to do in India as of May 2019

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