Bukta and Others v. Hungary (25691/04)

A selection of key paragraph(s) can be found below the document.

Paragraph 36: “In the Court’s view, in special circumstances when an immediate response, in the form of a demonstration, to a political event might be justified, a decision to disband the ensuing, peaceful assembly solely because of the absence of the requisite prior notice, without any illegal conduct by the participants, amounts to a disproportionate restriction on freedom of peaceful assembly.