Thousands of people cycled through Slovenia's capital Ljubljana on Friday to protest against the government.
They accused Prime Minister Janez Jansa of using the coronavirus pandemic as a pretext to restrict freedoms.
They have alleged that Mr Jansa is attempting to increase police powers, inciting hatred against migrants, and making personal attacks on journalists.
Slovenia enforced a strict lockdown in response to Covid-19 in mid-March, but eased some measures two weeks ago.
So far, the country has confirmed 1,450 cases of the disease and 100 deaths.
The BBC's Guy De Launey says Ljubljana is a cycling city, so protesting on two wheels made perfect sense and also allowed participants to observe social-distancing measures.
For the most part, it was a calm and good-natured affair, our correspondent adds. But the riders did chant slogans against the prime minister, including "thieves" and "down with the government".
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