"today going nazi NMR förstamajtåg in, among other things, Kungälv, sweden. It's got the local politicians to demand a change in the law."
"But it would not solve the basic problem, according to the researcher, Christer Mattsson."
"– in the Short term, it would rather give energy to them."
"at the same time the demonstrations are a strong support of freedom of assembly and expression as found in the Swedish constitution. It is one of the reasons that Christer Mattsson, head of the Segerstedtinstitutet at Gothenburg university, does not believe in a change in the law."
"– It depends on what you want to accomplish. It would stop the NMR, but it may in the short term, also give the movement more energy, " says Mattsson."
"– And in Finland, the NMR has already taken the initiative to re-establish themselves in a new party."
"To Finland may be on the way to a ban while not completely comparable because the law that the Finnish prohibition is based on the were added already in connection with the second world war," notes Mattsson."
"– Finland already had a law that worked for this, but Sweden is to change its constitution on the basis of a relatively small group, as the NMR?"
"– You need to ask the question of what it is you want to accomplish with a organisationsförbud and see if it is in parity with the negative effects that may exist."
"the right of Assembly protected by the constitution. It includes the freedom to organise and participate in gatherings for enlightenment, meningsyttring or similar."
"In the public order are rules that may restrict the freedom of assembly. Permission for the public gathering may be refused if it is necessary with regard to the order or security at the gathering or with a view to traffic or to counter the epidemic. The police may inform the conditions that are necessary to maintain order and security at the gathering. It is the Police who test the if you to get a permit for the public gathering."
"Source: the Administrative court in Gothenburg."
"the police board in Finland has driven on to get the NMR prohibited, which both the Pirkanmaa district court and the Turku court of appeal agreed. Now is the case to the Supreme court, pending the final determination until further notice, has banned NMR."
"the Start of Polisstyrelsens work to get to a ban was an assault in connection with an NMR-demonstration in Helsinki in 2016. The man who was beaten later died, and a nazi, was convicted of aggravated assault."
"According to Hufvudstadsbladet is expected to ruling until next year."