Czech Republic: Regional police, Organized Crime Detective Unit disagree on legality of speeches in Nový Bydžov
The Czech Republic's Organized Crime Detection Unit (Útvar pro odhalování organizovaného zločinu - ÚOOZ) believes that the speech given in March by Slovak neo-Nazi Marián Mišún to a rally in Nový Bydžov was illegal. According to Hradec Králové Regional Police spokesperson Ivana Ježková, however, Hradec Králové Regional Police do not share that analysis.
Ježková told news server Romea.cz today that the differing legal opinions prompted police to ask the Hradec Králové regional state prosecutor's office for its opinion. The request was made 14 days ago.
- Czech Agency for Social Inclusion accuses paper of anti-Romani campaign
- Help Romea.cz win support from Vodafone
- Czech Republic and "gypsies" - 1938 vs. 2012
- Czech Republic: Equal Opportunities Party to protest local-level anti-Romani moves
- Czech mayor: Romani people face lynching unless rape suspect taken into custody
- Czech municipality gets tough on Ostrava ghetto residents again
- Czech Republic: Proud Romani students in IT, medicine, and natural sciences
- Prosecutor: Czechs started last year's brawl with Romani people in Rumburk
- Roma Pride 2012 marches through the center of Prague
- Czech Republic: 70 ultra-rightists march on Romani neighborhood
- Czech Republic: Project commemorates postwar Romani labor
- European experts compare experiences working in socially excluded localities