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Marônek v. Slovakia

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In supervising instances of national interference with the right of freedom of expression, the Court looks at the interference complained of in the light of the case as a whole and determines whether it is “proportionate to the legitimate aim pursued” and whether the reasons adduced by the national authorities to justify it are “relevant and sufficient”. A fair balance must be struck between the fundamental right of the individual to freedom of expression and the legitimate interest of a democratic State in ensuring that the rights and reputation of others be protected.


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