Regional court overturns ban on extremist meeting


The regional court in the South Bohemian town of České Budějovice has overturned a decision by the town hall in Tábor to ban a pre-election meeting of right-wing extremists planned in the town in April. Supporters of the far right Workers’ Party for Social Justice (a group building on the earlier Workers’ Party which was been permanently banned in the Czech Republic) are aiming to gather for a so-called pre-election meeting on April 17; between 100 to 300 supporters are expected. The regional court made clear on Friday that if the town hall wanted to apply a ban it needed evidence for its decision.