Protests in markets or on public roads, prohibited by law

The decision comes in the context of a complaint of the board of directors of the Court of Appeal in Bucharest to the Supreme Court for Cassation and Justice, stating that there is "non-unitary law in court with regard to the way in which the provisions of article 3 of Act 60/1991 concerning the organization and execution of public meetings, namely the expression "taking place outside or in the buildings or buildings of legal persons of public or private interest".

In this context demonstrators took to the streets and claimed that they did not violate the law and were fined by the gendarmes at demonstrations for which they tried in vain to obtain permits.

Source link