Since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will serve as a single rule for all countries worldwide to follow, representatives coming from different countries worldwide should be involved in the drafting process. For this reason, common concerns that came out of the drafting process include the question of whose culture has to be followed.
For instance, should the Universal Declaration of Human Rights follow the non-Western or Western political culture? Or, should it follow the political culture of communist countries? What specific areas in the first draft are misaligned with what is being expected to be the general rule on human rights? Therefore, after making some corrections in the first draft, the second draft will have to go through another round of scrutiny and corrections before the final drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been officially