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On 5 August 2019, the Italian Parliament passed that a law that increases punishment for offences and crimes associated with public assemblies. The provisions of the law had been previously introduced by the government in a law decree on security, public order and fight against illegal immigration in June (Law Decree no. 53 of 14 June 2019, a.k.a Security- bis Decree). A law decree is an emergency government measure, which is immediately in force for up to 90 days, and then it expires unless the Parliament converts it into law. This is what the Parliament has now done, with minor amendments. PROVISIONS REGARDING FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY. The new law introduces harsher provisions regulating asse... Full story

21 August