The EFF approached this Court seeking an interim interdict to prevent the City of Cape Town (“the City”) from enforcing its By-Law and removing the EFF’s banners. The EFF, a political party, claims that these banners are used to campaign for the imminent local government elections. The By-Law regulates outdoor advertising and signage and it is the City’s view that the banners contravene the By-Law. The EFF sought urgent interim protection while also launching an attack on the constitutionality of the By-law.
 This Court finds that the EFF is entitled to urgent protection of its right it has established pending the determination of its constitutional challenge. An order giving effect to EFF’s protection is recorded at the end of this judgment. The reasons for the order follows.