3_Civil liberties: Interference in assembly

Civil liberties: Interference in assembly

Was meeting held at trade union premises?

“The right of occupational organizations to hold meetings in their premises to discuss occupational questions, without prior authorization and interference by the authorities, is an essential element of freedom of association and the public authorities should refrain from any interference which would restrict this right or impede its exercise, unless public order is disturbed thereby or its maintenance seriously and imminently endangered.”

CFA Compilation of 2018, para. 203