Demonstrations: the case of Budahazy v Hungary

Hudson, Ben (2016) Demonstrations: the case of Budahazy v Hungary. European Human Rights Law Review, 2016 (2). pp. 219-222. ISSN 1361-1526

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Considers the ECtHR judgment in Budahazy v Hungary (41479/10) on whether the convictions of the applicant for disorderly conduct and disruption of public works, after he led a number of unauthorised political demonstrations that blocked sections of the public highway in Budapest and resisted police interventions, had breached his rights under ECHR art.11(2) or had been necessary in a democratic society.

Keywords:Anti-social Behaviour, Convictions, Demonstrations, Freedom of assembly and association, Hungary, Necessary in democratic society, Obstruction of highway, Criminal procedure, Human rights
Subjects:M Law > M130 Public International Law
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
ID Code:30159
Deposited On:20 Feb 2018 10:13

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