In September, a massive contamination of Bečva River was discovered to have killed over 40 tonnes of fish, prompting an investigation by Czech police. The exact cause of the poisoned water has yet to be found, but speculation is mainly focused on a nearby water treatment plant whose officials deny any wrong doing. “The poisoning of Bečva River has become not just an ecological catastrophe in Central Moravia, but a case in point for the complete disfunction of our political instutions in our democratic state,” said Petr Gazdík, chairman of the Mayors and Independents (STAN). Gazdík called for the resignation of ANO’s Minister of the Environment Richard Brabec, stating: “Either he and his ministry failed, or he’s part of a
On Monday, the government agreed to ease the COVID-19 related measures after entering the fourth level of risk according to the PES system. Here is the full list of the updated restrictions and those that were eased: The curfew got shifted from 9pm to 11pm lasting until 5am. The maximum number of participants in wedding ceremonies, funerals or liturgies has been increased to 20 people. Libraries are allowed to work through the checkout windows. The limit to the number of participants in the outdoor sports group is now 6. Stores are allowed to work until 11pm. Sunday still remains a day-off. Children under six years old will not be included when counting the number of visitors to a store. As
It’s that time of year again! Náplavka, Prague’s riverside destination full of bars, boats, and bars on boats, is one of the city’s hottest destinations as the weather heats up during the summer season. With spring finally kicking in, CitySpy Prague joins Prague’s American Barber, Kraig Casebier, for that much-deserved first pint of the year. Na zdraví! View more local videos on CitySpy TV No related posts.