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Human Rights in the Constitutions of the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (GCCC): Texts and Realities
Beijing Law Review
This study addressed the issue of human rights in the constitutions of the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (GCCC) by identifying human rights concept, development, and tracing the state of human rights within the GCCC countries through constitutional texts and practical application. The study is based on more than one scientific method to verify the hypothesis; it used the descriptive, analytical, and legal approaches. The study reached several conclusions, one being that there is nodoi:10.4236/blr.2020.112032 fatcat:ttpssu6vabhphoxgp6f7cpsjhu