Here is what rights people have in Finland.
"Legal security is a fundamental right of the people".
Tell that to anybody who, when going to a court of law in the U.S., must consider and dread what kind of flea will bite the judge's butt that morning, what kind of political wind or personal favor, or personal grudge will the judge find necessary to satisfy to rule in that party's case, despite whatever the law says.
And the next one is even better.
In Finland, there is a right to a "reasoned decision".
Remember it next time when you receive a court decision saying something like:
"After due deliberation, your decision is DENIED". Period. No explanation.
Sometimes, even shorter.