PARTICIPANTS in unauthorised demonstrations could be slapped with fines of €600,000 if a new law is passed.
Under the Citizen Security bill, due to be drafted next week, any ´social uproar´ leading to harassment or insults of officials will be made a criminal offence.
Unsanctioned protests outside political offices will be outlawed, alonside disorderly conduct by people hindering any means of identification.
People offering sexual services in the vicinity of children´s play areas will also be made illegal.
Other offenses deemed serious are to include publishing images or personal data of policement, interrupting public events, posession of illegal drugs, vandalism of public property and drinking alcohol on the street.
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