Thoughts On Politics
|Scotland & The UK|
What's wrong with the EU?
As the UDHR is a non-binding declaration, the UN created the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), which is binding.
From Wikipedia; "the Human Rights Committee is a treaty-based mechanism where a group of experts examines reports and rules on individual communications pertaining only to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. It remains disputed whether the Human Rights Committee's in principle non-binding final views qualify as decisions of a quasi-judicial body or simply constitute authoritative interpretations on the merits of the cases brought before them for the members of the Optional Protocol of the Covenant on Civil and Political Rights."
Their final views are non-binding?