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Freedom of Peaceful Assembly

 

The following description shall be considered a summary of legislation relating to assemblies and manifestations only, and does not seek to address nor provide any indication of the de facto practical implementation of relevant legislation.

The freedom of assembly and manifestations is, in general, guaranteed by Article 25 par 1 of the Constitution, which stipulates that everyone except personnel of the armed forces and Ministry of Internal Affairs has the right to gather indoors or outdoors, publicly and unarmed, without prior permission.


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