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The court: go-Ahead for tiggeriförbud
"The court: go-Ahead for tiggeriförbud"

"A local ban on begging may be included in the municipality of Vellinge, according to the Supreme administrative court."

"the Court believes that the municipalities themselves are best placed to maintain order in the municipality and define what is a ordningsstörning."

"Now every municipality to introduce it," says Carina Wutzler, (M), municipal executive board chairman. "

"In the day came the answer from the highest court, the Supreme administrative court, in the matter of the tiggeriförbud run by the municipality of Vellinge. "

"in the Past, Vellinge consistently been refused, first by county, then by the administrative court and the administrative court of appeal."

" – Many municipalities have followed the process with great interest. It has been a big problem because the council has not taken hold of it, " says Carina Wutzler."

"Vellinge, sweden wants to introduce a ban on begging in certain distinct places in the municipality and justifies it on the grounds that the local residents find it uncomfortable to go to the shops, where the beggars sit."

"– we Had called for a general ban, it had probably not gone through, " says Wutzler. "

"the Municipality has also asserted that the beggar is causing the interference,"

"in the Past instances that tried Vellinges the introduction of tiggeriförbud in the local ordningsstadgan has considered that the municipality failed to show that beggary disturb public order."

"The president of the Carina Wutzler hoped that the Supreme court would develop the grounds more than previous instances."

" it is Now clear that the law allows it, said Wutzler. "

"the Supreme administrative court repeals thereby, the administrative court ruling and förvaltningsrättens and the county administrative board's decisions in tiggeriförbudsfrågan. "

"”the Municipality has the opportunity to regulate such collection of money is called passive (begging) in order to maintain the public order in a public place. Prohibition (has) been in a relatively narrow geographical scope and there is no reason to challenge the municipality's assessment of the need for respect of the current sites,” writes the Supreme administrative court."

"– I assume that the ban will be respected, " says Carina Wutzler. "

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