Farmers’ protest in Prague: Police reported three violations

Farmers’ protest in Prague: Police reported three violations
Farmers’ protest in Prague: Police reported three violations
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Farmers came on March 7 to express their disapproval of some of the government’s actions, which, according to them, do not protect their interests. The Agrarian Chamber estimated that 3,000 to 4,000 farmers and 1,000 pieces of agricultural machinery arrived in Prague at the time. The police arrested a person who left a pile of manure on the street and tram tracks in front of the Strakova Academy. Later, they also detained a protester who was trying to climb over the barricades at the government office.

The police had a thirty-day deadline to report violations. “We reported two offenses due to traffic pollution to the administrative body of the Municipal District for Prague 1 and the City Hall. city ​​of Prague. One for violation of public order and civil coexistence in the Prague 1 district,Danek summarized now. He explained that in addition to the two people they arrested at the scene, the police reported to the authorities one more person whom they did not arrest.

According to the Act on Roads, pollution or damage to a highway, road or local road carries a fine of up to 300,000 crowns. An offense against public order is committed, among other things, by a person who disobeys the call of an official, for which a fine of up to 10,000 crowns can be imposed. An offense against civil coexistence can then be punished with a fine of up to 10,000 or up to 20,000 crowns, depending on the type of action.


The article is in Czech

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