The government is responsible for creating and enforcing legislation that does or does not restrict freedom of assembly and association. Their role and duty is to ensure a balance between the rights of citizens and the need for security and public order.
The government is responsible for making, enacting and enforcing laws, including those restricting the right to freedom of assembly and association. They also have the responsibility to ensure a balance between the rights of citizens, and the need for security and public order.
- Review of current legislation;
- Creating and adopting legislative measures;
- Ability to consult directly and indirectly with civil society;
- Making decisions that restore the right to free assembly and association.