A Moldovan lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) rights organisation will find out next week if judges believe a ban on a street demonstration breached human rights laws.
The European Court of Human Rights will deliver its judgement on Tuesday 12 June.
The applicant, Genderdoc-M, is a non-governmental organisation based in Moldova which provides information to the LGBT community.
The case concerns the banning of a demonstration that Genderdoc-M planned to hold in Chişinău in May 2005 to encourage laws for the protection of sexual minorities from discrimination.
The applicant organisation complains in particular that the ban was unlawful, that there was no effective procedure allowing them to obtain a final decision prior to the date of the planned demonstration and that it had been discriminated against because it promoted the interests of the gay community in Moldova.
They rely on Article 6 § 1 (right to a fair trial), Article 10 (freedom of expression), Article 11 (freedom of assembly or association), Article 13 (right to an effective remedy) and Article 14 (prohibition of discrimination).
More LGBT news