The Japanese never extended equal rights, legal or political, to their colonial subjects.
With that majority, he extended environmental protections, individual liberties, and civil rights.
Could you, in theory, support future legislation that might have the same approach to extending existing rights?
But extending human rights to nonhuman species seems a step too far.
The 1981 amendment to the act extended political and land rights to all residents of 10 years or more.
The court considered the question of whether to extend greater protective rights under state law for the same issue.
The Act is sometimes portrayed as an example of extending basic human rights to slaves.
The Latin cities extended common rights of residence and trade to one another.