In platform Arzte fur das leben” v. Austria, a group of doctors demonstrated against the legalization of abortion and.
In platform Arzte fur das leben v. Austria, a group of doctors demonstrated against the legalization of abortion and their demonstration was disrupted by counter-demonstrators.
The European court of Human rights held that demonstrators had to be able to hold the demonstration without having to fear that they would be subject to physical violence by their opponents.
From the philosophy of J.S. Mills and Plato, please critique the finding of the European court of Human rights that the Government had to take some positive action to ensure that conditions of internal and external security exist in which the parties may exercise their human rights.
Would either philosophy require that the government has to ensure the meeting could take place? Why? Or why not?