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Youbko v Belarus, Admissibility and merits, Communication No 1903/2009, UN Doc CCPR/C/110/D/1903/2009, IHRL 3884 (UNHRC 2014), 17th March 2014, United Nations [UN]; Human Rights Committee [CCPR]

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Whether the prohibition on holding a picket to display posters with specific slogans calling for justice, with the purpose of drawing the attention of the public to the need for the judiciary to comply with the Constitution of Belarus and the provisions of international treaties ratified by Belarus when adjudicating civil and criminal cases, constituted a violation of the author’s rights under Articles 19 and 21 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

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