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Dichand and Others v. Austria

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The fact that a politician was in a situation where his business and political activities overlapped might give rise to public discussion, even where, strictly speaking, no problem of incompatibility of office under domestic law arose. While it was true that the applicants, on a slim factual basis, published harsh criticism in strong, polemical language, it must be remembered that Article 10 also protected information or ideas that offended, shocked or disturbed.

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2002-01-01
2016-07-31

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