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The Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania

came into force on 2 November 1992.

(With subsequent amendments until 1 June 2006)

(Adopted by citizens of the Republic of Lithuania

in the Referendum of 25 October 1992)

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CHAPTER II

THE HUMAN BEING AND THE STATE

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Article 36

Citizens may not be prohibited or hindered from assembling unarmed in peaceful meetings.

This right may not be limited otherwise than by law and only when it is necessary to protect the security of the State or society, public order, people’s health or morals, or the rights and freedoms of other persons.

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