The right to counter-demonstrate cannot extend to inhibiting the exercise of the right to demonstrate, and counter-demonstrations may therefore be restricted if they are likely to cause violent disturbance and prevent others from exercising their Article 111 rights2. This principle derives from that enshrined by Article 17 (prohibition of abuse of rights), namely that the Convention rights cannot be used to undermine the rights of others
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