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ADDITION TO THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN (Article 5.2)
Any person, of any age, as well alone as in collectivity, has right to the property of its body.
The respect of the integrity of the body of the human person, including - for genetics sake - one's own body, is an absolute and intangible duty.
Noone must undermine this right, but for legitimate limitation of its exercise.
Noone, except physicians for very serious medical motive, has the right to wound the body of the human person or incite to do it.
Noone has the right to hit, imprint or mark the body of the human person, or incite to do it.
Noone has the right to order or impose the carrying of a distinctive sign on the body of the human person.
Please come and sign the petition on the following link:
You will have to sign in MSN to enter the site. You will give THEM your name and adress and you can, if you want to, sign by a pseudonym.
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