In this article, you will learn what legal rights you have as an activist in Serbia. In addition, we discuss common police practices at protests.
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Here are some questions that activists in Serbia might have about the right to protest & police practices:
- What are the legal protections for the right to protest in Serbia?
- Can protesters be arrested or detained for exercising their right to protest?
- What are the limits on the use of force by police during protests in Serbia?
- Can protesters be required to obtain a permit before holding a demonstration?
- How can protesters peacefully resist police violence or abuse during a protest?
- Can protesters be punished for protesting without a permit, even if their protest was peaceful?
- Can protesters be charged with crimes for blocking roads or disrupting traffic during a protest?
- Can police use tear gas, water cannons, or other forms of crowd control during protests in Serbia?
- How can protesters protect themselves from police brutality during a protest?
- Can protesters be held responsible for any property damage that occurs during a protest, even if they did not personally cause the damage?