When a right is claimed to be a moral right,it is a right which people claim they have as human beings. Hence,the term ‘human rights’. Legal rights refers to rights which,it is felt,people should have or actually have in law. A human right can be enshrined in law and so also become a legal right. However,a human right is regarded as a right even when it is not established as a legal right. For example,suppose “freedom of speech”were regarded as a human right. It would continue to be a human right whether or not it was legislated as a legal right. If it became a legal right in a particular country,it would be both a human right and a legal right.
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