عنوان مقاله [English]
Organizing the relationship between public order and freedom of association is one of the most challenging discourses on administrative law. Because the unconditional protection of public order by the government makes it possible for citizens to abuse and unconditionally exercise the freedom of assembly and march, there is a possibility of chaos. Therefore, in this article, an attempt has been made to examine the legal system governing the issue and to examine the approach of the Court of Administrative Justice of Iran. How the government and public officials (administrative police) can protect the public order by preventing a peaceful, non-criminal rally from violent demonstrations, riots and even uprisings against the government is a major issue. The results of the research show that the Court of Administrative Justice in organizing the relationship between public order and freedom of association not only does not have a clear and definite approach, but also has a paradoxical and contradictory approach. For example, the General Assembly of the Court of Administrative Justice considered the government's decision to designate places for rallies to restrict freedom of assembly, but on the contrary, the need to obtain a permit to march, despite the fact that Article 27 of the Constitution includes restrictions on Freedom of assembly is not mentioned, it does not limit the freedom of assembly.