Persecuted peoples who suffer from the scourge of marginalization in their land, be it political or economic marginalization, cultural, religious, or religious isolation. Historically, self-determination emerged as a right that had to be exercised within the framework of the desire of many people to determine their own destiny and realize itself as a human right, which is not subject to compromise or rejection. Time for the two to form an independent entity or independence from the existing state.
The right of peoples to self-determination is one of the basic principles of international law,
meaning the right of each people to independently decide on the form of their state existence, freely establish their political status and carry out their economic and cultural development. This principle, together with other principles, is proclaimed in the UN Charter,