Nov 12, 18 / Sag 08, 02 23:52 UTC
Personal Self Defense ¶
I am hoping to obtain some information on the interpretation of this topic according to the newly proposed constitution.
Ch.6 Art.22 establishes the creation of a police force to ensure personal security. Nowhere does it guarantee the right to self preservation in the face of an individual violating the constitution in a violent way. It simply says that the government is responsible for providing security.
What rights, if any, does the individual have in the face of a violent offender before the police force can respond to such a threat? Does the resident have the right to self preservation against bodily harm, or the right to defend and preserve the life and health of others, and if so, in what capacity?