Laws for Protection of theEthnic Groups in Asia
Aeta (Philippines)   Republic Act No. 6649 Section 3 – To carry out    the above purpose, and considering ethno-    lingu...
Manchu (China)   The Constitution and the 1984 Regional Ethnic Autonomy    Law guarantee numerous rights to minorities, i...
Bashkir (Russia)   Russian Constitution Article 15 Section 4 - the    commonly recognized principles and norms of the    ...
Sindhi (Pakistan)   The Rights of Ethnic Minorities in Pakistan    (Professor Shaheen Sardar Ali) – The purpose of    thi...
Ithnaashari (Syria)  The Syrian Constitutional Article 35 Religion -The freedom of faith is guaranteed.The state respects...
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  1. 1. Laws for Protection of theEthnic Groups in Asia
  2. 2. Aeta (Philippines) Republic Act No. 6649 Section 3 – To carry out the above purpose, and considering ethno- linguistic, geographical, sectoral, educational and cultural factors, there is hereby created the Regional Consultative Commission, hereinafter referred to as the "Commission," which shall be composed for not more than 55 members, 27 of whom shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines from a list of nominees proposed by the different multisectoral bodies coming from the provinces of Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga del Norte, North Cotabato, Maguindanao, Sultan Kudarat, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Davao del Sur, South
  3. 3. Manchu (China) The Constitution and the 1984 Regional Ethnic Autonomy Law guarantee numerous rights to minorities, including: self-government within designated autonomous areas; proportional representation in the government; freedom to develop their own languages, religions, and cultures; and power to adjust central directives to local conditions. The laws also guarantee minorities greater control over local economic development than allowed in non-autonomous areas; the right to manage and protect local natural resources; and the right to organize local public security forces to safeguard public order.
  4. 4. Bashkir (Russia) Russian Constitution Article 15 Section 4 - the commonly recognized principles and norms of the international law and the international treaties of the Russian Federation shall be a component part of its legal system. If an international treaty of the Russian Federation stipulates other rules than those stipulated by the law, the rules of the international treaty shall apply“. In relation to national minorities these are the ICCPR, the ICESCR, the International Convention for the liquidation of all forms of racial discrimination, the UNESCO Convention against discrimination in education, ILO Convention 111, European Convention of Human Rights, the Framework Convention for the protection of national minorities and other treaties.
  5. 5. Sindhi (Pakistan) The Rights of Ethnic Minorities in Pakistan (Professor Shaheen Sardar Ali) – The purpose of this paper is to analyse rights of ethnic minorities in Pakistan from a constitutional/legal perspective. It will be argued that the position adopted by the founding fathers of the state vis-à-vis the multi- ethnic composition of the newly emergent Muslim state of Pakistan was flawed in its conceptualisation of a monolithic Muslim identity of its.
  6. 6. Ithnaashari (Syria) The Syrian Constitutional Article 35 Religion -The freedom of faith is guaranteed.The state respects all religions.The state guarantees the freedom to hold anyreligious rites, provided they do not disturb thepublic order.
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