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I would like to contradict, even if the history of law shows us very well, that there is no mean provided by the best intended and formulated law, to have enough precession in its words or/and authority in a state's executive, which would guarantee sufficient protection against eroding legal egality by the influence of the powerful - on the other hand again and again huge efforts have been observable (not only during the latest 200 years, since the French Revolution) to restore the idea of egality, mostly propelled by the destructive results of legal and social inequality for the society as a whole - it's an everlasting fight between both distinctive bias of mankind.
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