freedom of assembly

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the right to peaceably assemble and to petition the government for redress of grievances

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The Republic of Turkey has been found guilty of violating a laundry list of rights, including: the right to a fair trial, freedom of speech, the right to own property, the right to freedom and security, the right to free thinking, the right to freedom of religion, the right to assemble, the right to from associations, and the prohibition of discrimination.
The alliance, according to the leading opposition figure, is also working hard to bring a change of the system and to install a new recognizing and embracing pluralism, free speech, expression and the right to assemble and advocate for political programs.
He said: "Last time, what [we] said was that if no party got an outright majority from you, then the party that got the biggest mandate, democratic logic should dictate that party should have the right to assemble a government.
He said that any person had right to assemble but it would be subject to public order.
As officers put on gas masks, a chant from the distant crowd emerged: "We have the right to assemble peacefully.
When police warned they could be arrested unless they dispersed immediately, the protesters chanted: "We have the right to assemble peacefully.
Everybody has the right to assemble, but it takes additional time and resources,'' he said.
26) At first, this newfound freedom sporadically replaced the right to assemble.
Then you are literally using the First Amendment's right to assemble to redress grievances, as the Founders intended.
People of the country have got the right to assemble, right to protest, right to demand things from the government.
He said that all procedures are being reviewed to ensure that the right to assemble is exercised peacefully in accordance with the Constitution, and that this right is protected.
It also guaranteed Americans the freedom of speech, the right to assemble and the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
He said Bahrain's laws also guarantee the right to assemble and organise marches and the freedom of expression like other countries, where no one is allowed to protest unless he abides by laws, does not undermine the political system or harm other people's interests.
The provisions of the draft law confirm that citizens have the right to assemble parties by their own free will.
Their right to assemble and speak out is CLEARLY, UNEQUIVOCALLY protected by the First Amendment.