The authorities in Brno are to go to the Constitutional Court in a bid to win permission to hold events again on the city’s main square. Entertainments were banned on náměstí Svobody following a complaint from a couple who live on the square and said the commotion from such events was intolerable.
Deputy mayor Richard Mrázek said it was important to maintain order and observe regulations regarding noise levels at night. However, náměstí Svobody is a central square and should serve citizens, he said.
Collapse of Prague footbridge raises concerns regarding state of other bridges
Some like it hot: Czech Republic sees rise in number of household saunas
The fascinating story of Czech settlers who founded the farm town of Prague, Oklahoma
ANO leader Andrej Babiš appointed Czech prime minister
Czech wage rises continue apace, low earners seeing larger increases