The České Budějovice city hall is planning steps to diffuse growing racial tension in the wake of more street violence over the weekend. City mayor Juraj Thoma said the city council had decided to hold public hearings on problems of co-existence at the Maj housing estate where citizens could air their complaints or table suggestions. The first of these hearings is to take place on Tuesday. The city has seen a second week of racial unrest triggered by an incident in a children’s playground where Roma and non-Roma parents got into a huge fight. Although the police had the situation under control the authorities fear that racial tension in the city will escalate further in the coming days.
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