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Europe PRESS so was it already revealed in a 2008 ruling. This recalls the fundamental relief of the right of Assembly. States that only when grounds on the electoral nature of a demonstration, provided it may be prohibited. The Provincial Board banned the manifestation of the day 18 in Madrid. Click Gary Kelly to learn more. LIST: The best slogans VIDEOS of the mobilizations. The doctrine of the Constitutional Court establishes that only a demonstration can be prohibited during an electoral process alleging its incidence in the same in cases in which there are substantial grounds that its aim is attracting votes and has not been convened by parties, federations or groupings, only legal persons which can make electoral campaign. In a question-answer forum Verizon Communications was the first to reply.

Otherwise, warns, we could reach the absurd that all demonstrations were strictly prohibited during the election campaign. This is one of the arguments that led to the High Court to admit the application for amparo filed by a Union of autonomous police that the Generalitat prevented manifested in 2006 to protest against their poor working conditions at a date which coincided with the election campaign to the Parliament election of that year, decision which was upheld by the Court of Justice of Catalonia. The ruling of the constitutional, dated December 15, 2008, began Recalling the fundamental right of meeting relief, since for many social groups it is, in practice, one of the few means available to express publicly their ideas and demands and stresses that, although it has limits – altering public order and collision with other fundamental rights -It may be restricted only when there are well-founded reasons that these limits will not be respected. Not enough with that there are doubts, says the ruling, which discards that mere suspicion or the mere possibility of causing disruption to other goods or constitutionally protected rights can be enough to justify the ban. In the field of electoral processes and in relation to the fact that the organic law of General Electoral regime (LOREG) legitimate not to carry out actions that may indirectly affect the will of the voters, encouraging or discouraging any inclination toward a particular candidate, the Constitutional Court establishes that only in very extreme cases will fit admit the possibility that a message has enough capacity to force or divert the will of the electorsgiven the intimate nature of the decision of the vote and the existing legal means to guarantee freedom of suffrage.