Are all of the Charter’s rights individually directly enforceable?
The Charter includes rights, freedoms and principles. Charter’s ‘rights’ are individually enforceable; this category contains both rights and freedoms whilst ‘principles’ need implementation. They provide different levels of the protection and have different meanings.
Most of the Charter provisions include enforceable rights. But there is no official list enumerating the Charter’s principles, it is still till some extent an open question and a matter for interpretation, what can be considered as a rights or as a principle.next