Requiring prior authorisation for public meetings or demonstrations in order to prevent violent assemblies and protect peaceful ones does not constitute an interference with Article 111 as it is accepted that it may be necessary to prevent disorder and meet the public safety concerns that arise in the context of demonstrations2. However, this does not mean that the authorities can use the requirement for prior authorisation to disproportionate effect
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