Rassemblement Jurassien Unite Jurassienne v Switzerland: ECHR 10 Oct 1979

(Commission) The right to freedom of expression is one of the foundations of a democratic society. The subjection of meetings in public thoroughfares to an authorisation procedure did not normally encroach upon the essence of the right. The concern is that there should be an ability to hold a peaceful assembly.
(1979) 17 DLR 93, 8191/78, [1979] ECHR 7
European Convention on Human Rights
Human Rights
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