Municipalities do not have money for so-called brownfield revitalization projects, the newspaper E15 writes about it. There is no shortage of neglected and abandoned places in the Czech Republic. Although municipalities can use subsidy programs, money from them can only be obtained for the implementation itself.
Society is ready for the legalization of marijuana, says addictologist Viktor Mravčík
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National anti-drug coordinator Jindřich Vobořil is preparing a law to legalize marijuana. That’s the topic of Mf Today. Adults in the Czech Republic could thus grow, sell or buy marijuana in specialized stores under certain conditions and in limited quantities.
A unique prototype controls the tram tracks in the north of Bohemia – you can read in the Diary. The Technical University in Liberec cooperates with the local and Jablonec transport company and has patented a device that can detect dangerous places on the tracks.
The state-owned company Prisko could buy energy for the public sector at a discounted price. Finance Minister Zbyněk Stanjura from the ODS told Hospodářské novina that the state had applied for a license for energy trading for the company. But Prisko will not be the final state businessman, according to Stanjura, he will only cover the time needed to create a new company.
People don’t want to join election commissions because of the small rewards, this is shown by a survey of correspondents of the newspaper Právo. Part of the municipal authorities in the Czech Republic do not have less than three weeks until the start of the municipal and senate elections of their commission.
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