The Slovenian government revoked its decision to ban public gatherings, gatherings and events during the covida-19 epidemic. After the previous ban was challenged by the Constitutional Court at the initiative of citizens, it set an epidemiological framework for such incidents.
According to the law of public gatherings, such events will be allowed from Monday, with a maximum capacity of one hundred people, each participant must provide 10 square meters, and if the gathering is held outdoors and at a prescribed distance, the Minister of the Interior Ales Hoys told reporters.
However, Hawes was critical of the Constitutional Court’s decision. The Constitutional Court temporarily suspended the previous decision of the Slovenian government and ordered that if the government does not change the decision before Monday, the decision will no longer be valid.
The Constitutional Court held that the previous decision on the ban was disproportionate and discriminatory.
Hawes believes that if the epidemiological situation deteriorates, the constitutional judges will be jointly responsible.
He explained that the government’s decision was based solely on health interests and not politically motivated, including prohibiting gatherings to protest the government and its measures.
On the proposal of citizens and some lawyers, the government reviewed whether a government provision that temporarily bans all “events, assemblies, celebrations, celebrations, and weddings” during the epidemic is in compliance with the Constitution. A constitutional judge passed by a majority voted the government. Change this “discriminatory” rule.
The constitutional judge considers this to be discriminatory because the participants in this rally are treated poorly compared to religious events and the masses.
The Constitutional Court emphasized the importance of gathering citizens for the “operation of a democratic country” and required an epidemiological framework for them to avoid the risk of infection and transmission.
On Thursday, a large number of citizens united in front of the Maribor court to express peace and solidarity with high school students who reportedly violated the government’s anti-epidemic measures and infectious disease laws. .
When the rally in the main town square began, they protested against the long-term closure of the school, that is, the lack of a normal teaching process.