Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) on Monday began mediating the first of a series of meetings between former clients of collapsed building firm H-System, ordered last week to vacate their homes, and the bankruptcy administrator, whom the Supreme Court ruled had the right to dispose of their properties.
Some 60 former H-System clients, who have formed a housing cooperative called Svatopluk, are refusing to leave their apartments, which they themselves completed after the building system went bust in the late 1990s. The Svatopluk cooperative has said it will file an appeal to the Supreme Court.
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