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Encyclopedia > Public Order Act of 1936

The Public Order Act 1936 is the name of the UK law which helped the government to control extremist political movements in the 1930s.


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Kubatana - Archive - Democratic space and state security: Zimbabwe's Public Order and Security Act (POSA) - Derek ... (1091 words)
Those sections of the Public Order and Security Act (POSA) that relate to the use of force against the State are not discussed here.
The role of the police is limited to ensuring that the logistical arrangements pertaining to the public gathering do not unduly interfere with public life, that is, that the inconvenience occasioned by the public gathering is kept to a minimum.
Amongst this legislation is the Sedition Act, 1936; the Subversive Activities Act, 1950; the Public Order Act, 1955; the Unlawful Organisations Act [Chapter 91]; The Emergency Powers Act [Chapter 83] and the Law and Order Maintenance Act [Chapter 65].
Public Order Act 1936 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (174 words)
Acts of Parliament of the Kingdom of England to 1659
Acts of Parliament of the Kingdom of England to 1699
The Public Order Act 1936 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (citation 1 Edw.
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