right to decide

See: freedom
References in classic literature ?
The question of other religions and their relations to Divinity I have no right to decide, and no possibility of deciding.
It is always the lady's right to decide on the degree of acquaintance.
Confession need harm no one--it can satisfy that test--and though it was un-English, and ignored by our Anglican cathedral, Leonard had a right to decide upon it.
that is not an official right, but an inner right to decide in his own conscience to overstep .
To a question he said that newly elected senators of Balochistan had the right to decide which political party they would join .
It was on this day in 1949 when the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution supporting the Kashmirs' right to decide their future for themselves through a UN-sponsored plebiscite.
MELANIE believes Charlie Gard's parents should have had the right to decide whether their son went for treatment in the USA.
Who bestowed Arfon Jones with the right to decide who is and is not Welsh?
The authorisation gives the Board the right to decide on share issue with or without payment.
I strongly believe I have the right to decide if I want it on or off," she told the BBC before her death last October.
Through free elections, all nations have the right to decide who would rule them," Merkel added.
Walmart in May sued Visa for the right to decide how customers verify debit-card purchases at the checkout counter.