The European Court of Human Rights has adopted an inclusive interpretation1 of 'public safety'2. The existence of a state of emergency is not sufficient to justify the use of wide and non-justiciable prerogative powers to prevent assembly3, and nor will the fact that an assembly has secessionist or revolutionary objectives that challenge the democratic order automatically justify its restriction on the grounds of national security
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