Constitution of the Kingdom of Norway [1]


Article 99 Para 2.

The Government is not entitled to employ military force against citizens of the State, except in accordance with the forms prescribed by law, unless any assembly disturbs the public peace and does not immediately disperse after the Articles of the Statute Book relating to riots have been read out clearly three times by the civil authority.

Article 100

…Everyone shall be free to speak his mind frankly on the administration of the State and on any other subject whatsoever.


[1] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Constitution, as laid down on 17 May 1814 by the Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll (with subsequent amendments, the most recent being of 23 July 1995).