the Swedish police had late on Thursday afternoon to intervene and stop a 'Black Lives Matter'demonstration in Malmö.
The police in Malmö and on his website.
In advance there was granted permission for the demonstration.
In Sweden there is, however, banned gatherings of over 50 people because of the outbreak of the coronavirus. Card inside in the demonstration assessed the police that at least 300 people had turned up.
Why had the police intervene and dissolve the demonstration.
- the Assembly on the ribersborg beach exceeded 50 participants at 17.40. Through dialogue with the organizers, this was communicated, and the promoter tried to persuade the participants to leave the site, write the police on its website.
- As the number of participants continued to rise, and decided to sup to dissolve the public meeting at 17.55, called it on.
According to the newspaper Kvällsposten were more than 1000 people showed up for Thursday's demonstration.
They had all met up in protest against racism and police violence as part of the global movement of 'Black Lives Matter'.
the Demonstration was organized after a 46-year-old black man died in connection with a brutal arrest in the american city of Minneapolis last week.
Since the four police officers involved have been fired and charged with murder and complicity to the killing.
the Incident has triggered demonstrations across the UNITED states, where they have developed into rioting, burning of shops and violent clashes.
the Demonstrations have since spread to large parts of the world, including Denmark, where, in spite of forsamlingsforbud are still allowed to gather for demonstrations.