28 May 2019

The ECHR does not find the suspension of the plenary session following the 1 October referendum to have violated fundamental rights


The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) rejects the complaint presented by Carme Forcadell and the rest of the pro-independence MPs against the Constitutional Court’s suspension of the post-referendum plenary session of Parliament, which was supposed to be held on 9 October. The ECHR does not find there to have been a violation of the rights of expression, assembly or association.

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