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Title:

Zgromadzenia spontaniczne w orzecznictwie Europejskiego Trybunału Praw Człowieka i ich wpływ na polską regulację prawną

Creator:

Łukaszczuk, Agnieszka

Subject and Keywords:

freedom of public assembly ; The Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms ; public assemblies ; spontaneous assemblies to notify them ; the European Court of Human Rights

Abstract:

Spontaneous assemblies are a type of public assembly that aims to address a current political or social event that has shocked public opinion. These congregations usually take the form of marches or demonstrations by those taking part in them. The essence of this is that each participant will be able to speak in public in connection with a sudden and unforeseen event. In view of the characteristics of spontaneous gatherings and the number of cases referred to the Strasbourg Court, he argued that taking a spontaneous and impulsive response to the event justifies the impossibility of prior notification to the competent authority, which would make no sense. At the same time, the Court points out that not every public assembly can be considered as a spontaneous assembly, because not every assembly is an immediate response to a specific event and should therefore be notified.

Place of publishing:

Wrocław

Publisher:

Wydawnictwo eBooki.com.pl

Contributor:

Balicki, Ryszard. Red. ; Jabłoński, Mariusz. Red ; Ławniczak, Artur (1960- ). Rec.

Date issued:

2018

Resource Type:

ebook

Identifier:

ISBN 978-83-65653-40-6

Language:

pol

Relation:

(eMonografie Katedry Prawa Konstytucyjnego ; 1) ; (Prace Naukowe Katedry Prawa Konstytucyjnego Wydziału Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego)

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bibliotekacyfrowa.pl/publication/100569

Rights holder:

© Copyright by Agnieszka Łukaszczuk