Civics

Everyone should be equal in the eyes of __________.


ANSWER

Law.


SOLUTION
The principle of the right to equality postulates that everyone should be equal in the eyes of law that means each and every person be subjected to the same law without giving privilege to any person or in favor of any person.
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