PDOIS will ensure the eradication of laws, institutions and law enforcement practices which hinder freedom of expression and undermine the security of a sovereign person, or do not protect and enlarge liberties, rights, security, safety and freedom of a sovereign people.
Enact laws, establish institutions and law enforcement practices which enlarge and protect rights and freedoms. Ensure that conventions on fundamental rights and freedoms that are ratified by parliament will automatically be domesticated by promulgating relevant provisions in the constitution.
The promulgation of a Freedom of Information Law to remove secrecy from public administration and make administrators accountable to the public they serve, and responsive to enquiries of the media that are supposed to keep people informed.
The Review of the Criminal Code to decriminalise provisions that are not reasonable or justifiable in a Republic or Democratic society, and rationalise penalties to be equivalent to crime committed.
Conduct reform of law enforcement agencies and practices and introduce community policing policies and practices aimed at transforming law enforcement agents into protectors of the sovereign citizen.
Conduct reform of prisons and prison administration. Introduce community service as alternative to imprisonment measures to eradicate retributive justice.
Establish a National Human Rights Commission to monitor and ensure protection against violations of Human Rights.
Establish a National Police Service Commission and a National Prison Service Commission to appoint personnel.
Imams of Major mosques and Priests of major churches, union leaders and leaders of registered civil societies or associations, will be honorary human rights commissioners and social auditors who could visit jails, prisons and other places of detention to check conditions and make representation for compliance with laws, or propose improvement or reforms in the administration of such public institutions.
Establish National Council of media Practitioners as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism and a means to promote professionalism in media practice.
Educate people on their fundamental rights and freedoms and promote democratic and Republican values and consolidate social justice.