The right of freedom of public assembly - constitutional aspects

AuthorFlamur Hyseni
PositionUniversity of Pristina
Pages201-201
ISSN 2410-3918 Academic Journal of Business, Administration, Law and Social Sciences Vol 1 No 1
Acces online at www.iipccl.org IIPCCL Publishing, Tirana-Albania March 2015
e right of freedom of public assembly - constitutional aspects
Flamur Hyseni
University of Pristina
Abstract
Freedom and human rights are in the focus of human rights. e protection of fundamental
freedoms and human rights still remains the main challenge of consolidating democracy in some
countries. In this regard the diculties in protecting rights and freedoms are connected with
individual freedoms as well as collective freedoms. e freedom of expression continues to be
among the freedoms that dene the level of democratic development in countries. In this respect
the right to public assembly in many cases determines the degree of democratization of a country.
e Republic of Kosovo on questions about guaranteeing and protecting the right to freedom
of public assembly has set these entitlements in the Constitution of 2008, Article 43, freedom
of assembly. e organization of public meetings is regulated by Law no. 03 / L-118 for public
gatherings.
Even the international aspect of the right of public assembly presents a major challenge for
the consolidation of democracy and the commitment of the state to guarantee and protect the
fundamental human rights and freedoms.
Keywords:: Public rally, protest, demonstration, freedom, police.
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