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However, contrary to the UN and U.S., the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, correctly states in Article 22:
All peoples shall have the right to their economic, social, and cultural development…States shall have the duty…to ensure the exercise of the right to development.
China & Freeman Agree With The African Charter: “Economic Development is a Human Right”
June 24, 2023
The concept that economic development is a fundamental human right has been rejected by the United States, the United Nations, Europe, and all Western institutions, including Non-Government Organizations (NGOs). This failure to understand the essential, vital importance of promoting real-physical economic growth in developing nations has prevented the West from achieving its goals for human rights, good governance, and democracy, if they are even truly sincere about these objectives.
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