Constitution (1815, as amended 2002) (excerpt)

Constitution of the Kingdom of Netherlands

Constitution of the Kingdom of the Netherlands of 24 August 1815, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 45, as last amended by Acts of Parliament of 10 July 1995, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 401, 402, 403 and 404, 29 March 1996, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 218 (text), 25 February 1999, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 133, 134 and 135, 6 October 1999, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 454, 22 June 2000, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 294, 7 February 2002, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 144, 9 April 2002, Bulletin of Acts and Decrees 200 (text)

CHAPTER 1

Fundamental rights

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Right of assembly and demonstration

Article 9

1. The right of assembly and demonstration shall be recognised, without prejudice to the responsibility of everyone under the law.

2. Rules to protect health, in the interest of traffic and to combat or prevent disorders may be laid down by Act of Parliament.

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