Exista romani care ar dori sa fie alaturi de cei din Bucuresti sau restul oraselor din Romania prin prezenta lor la o manifestatie pasnica in fata Ambasadei Romaniei la Londra? Ati participa? De ce? Astept doar raspunsuri concrete si complete, cei care bat campii aiurea vor fi banati instant. Multumesc. Edit / More info: http://www.inbrief.co.uk/human-rights/p ... rotest.htm "Static Demonstrations and Assemblies In the case of static demonstrations there is no need to inform the Police prior to the demonstration or assembly taking place. What is meant by an assembly? An assembly can be constituted by more than one person but must be taking place in a public place. The definition of public place can constitute a highway or a pavement and any other place where members of the general public have access. Public Order Act Under the Public Order Act the police are provided with specific powers to control assemblies. They are not however provided with a power to ban assemblies as is the case with processions or marches. Conditions Under the Public Order Act the police can impose conditions on an assembly in relation to the following: The location of the assembly The maximum number of people who are able to participate in the assembly The maximum length of duration of the assembly. The Public Order Act provides that these conditions can only be imposed if the most senior police officer at the scene reasonably believes that: The conditions are necessary to prevent serious public disorder, serious damage to property or serious disruption to the life of the community, or The purpose of the person organizing the assembly is to intimidate others. Human Rights Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights and thus the Human Rights Act guarantees the Right to Freedom of Assembly. Article 11 protects the right to peaceful assembly which includes the freedom to hold public or private meetings, demonstrations, rallies and sit-ins without interference from the state. A common misconception that the conditions imposed by the Public Order Act will therefore fall foul of Article 11 but Article 11 is in fact a qualified right. This means that interference with the right can be justified. The UK law would only fall foul of Human Rights legislation is it could be proven that the conditions imposed were in fact unjustified."