PROBLEMS OF IMPRISONMENT AND MEASUREMENT TO DISPERSE THE ASSEMBLYUNDER THE LAW ON PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

  • ประภาดา ชอบชื่นชม คณะนิติศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยศรีปทุม บางเขน
Keywords: Imprisonment, Measurement to disperse the assembly, Public assembly

Abstract

This research aim to1) study the theory about right and freedom of an assembly, 2) study the public assembly laws according to the international laws and foreign law , 3) analyze problems of the punishment defining according to the public assembly acts B.E 2558, and 4) propose a breaking up the assembly guideline, the enforcement, and also the punishment measurement which are appropriated for the public assembly breaking by using qualitative researching method, documentation researching method with 3 points of information analyzing frame, consisted of data reduction, data presentation, data conclusion and ensuring conclusion.

            The research result 1) Natural law transcends human laws. The contract theory of the community is based on enlightenment based from the implications of constitutionism, which must establish a mechanism for exercising power to be justified, which can be seen as the theory of separation of power, 2) England encountered the issue of requesting an appeal for royal rights. The United States became constitutional rights. France also found that the Declaration of Human Rights and Citizenship. Germany found its acceptance that Germen humans have rights from birth. South Korea practiced a law guaranteeing the right and freedom of peaceful assembly in a system of law in the constitution, 3)  People who participate in public gatherings are still restricted by exercising their rights and freedoms by using state power, and 4) The competent authority and those the assembly must not be confused with the use of criminal penalties to strictly and clearly impose administrative sanctions.

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Published
2019-09-01
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Research Articles