The Prague Town Hall was wrong to ban a demonstration by opponents of a planned US radar base on Czech territory, the Supreme Administrative Court ruled. Officials said they prohibited the march by the group No to Bases because it would cause traffic problems in the capital. However, the court said the Town Hall failed to prove that constituted an “exceptional reason” required to ban a demonstration. The march went ahead on September 11 last year, despite the fact the organisers did not receive a permit.
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