Romania: A video that is seen as a driver of a bus rapes Romka with a child in his hands

On social networks, a video posted by the post was made on April 25, 2019 in the Romanian city of Zalau, 550 km north of Romania's capital, Bucharest.

The video footage made by one of the bus passengers lasts about 15 seconds is a shocking scene as a public transport driver with a wooden broom handle attacks a woman - a Roma woman who holds a child in her hands.
The tape is seen as the driver flashes across the woman, she strives to protect her waving after him with a plastic bottle and tries to keep the baby in her arms.

At one point, the tape shows how, after a strong blow, the lever breaks but the driver continues to hit the woman. The video shows that none of the participants approached to prevent this attack on the Roma people.

Otherwise, according to eyewitnesses, no one knew the real cause of this violence. This recording was then taken from a local newspaper and was made available to the public.

Otherwise, after this event, there was no information that the case was reported to the police or an emergency call to 112.

Under the new Criminal Code, in cases of violence, police officers can appeal ex officio, rather than appealing by the injured person.


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Gornji Milanovac: The roof over the head of the Roma from the city's cash register

There are no more vulnerable Roma families in Gornji Milanovac, because that problem fell on the budget for the granted housing of the municipality - said Dejan Kovacevic, the first person, and was finalized with the handover of the keys to the renovated municipal building in Petra Bojovic where the nine-member family Zakirirovic, who will soon ten members will be accommodated.

Previously, for the other two such Roma families, the building was renovated in Ljubicka. The value of the adaptation of the two houses is 15,000 euros

These families moved from an abandoned, dilapidated building in the center of the city on the opposite side of the General Hospital, which is also owned by the municipality, and will soon be demolished, as it will be here to build a new Center building social work.

Czech town refuses to settle out of court with Roma whom they forcibly relocated 13 years ago

Representatives of the Czech town of Vsetín have decided not to approve the conclusion of an out-of-court settlement with the former Romani tenants of a building that used to stand in the town center, but want the matter to be decided by a court. Vsetín evicted the Romani tenants from the centrally-located, dilapidated building in the year 2006.

The courts have been dealing with the case since 2008. An out-of-court settlement was recently rejected by the local council.

In 2006 the town hall bought old houses in the Jeseníky district and coerced some of the evicted Romani families into assuming 20-year loans from the town in order to purchase them. Another 40 Romani families were relocated to the periphery and housed in apartment units made from metal shipping containers.

The evicted families who were relocated to the Jeseníky and Prostějov districts were coerced into buying half-collapsed houses in remote villages. Three families were relocated into such old houses in the villages of Stará Červená Voda, Vidnava and Vlčice.


Antigypsyist hoax returns to Czech Internet alleging that Roma get free public transportation

Hoaxes, unfortunately, return to the Czech Internet on a cyclical basis, and one example is a current hoax alleging that the town of Jablonec nad Nisou, in association with the public transportation companies in Jablonec nad Nisou and Liberec, has supposedly introduced a new type of public transportation ticket just for Romani commuters from the Zelené Údolí area. Despite this hoax being very old, it is making the rounds on social media again and sparking agitation.

A social worker from Jablonec nad Nisou proposed that safe transportation to school during the winter months should be provided to children from the socially excluded locality in Zelené Údolí, which is 1.5 kilometers away from the town center and predominantly inhabited by Romani people.

Local children walk to school along a busy category 1 road that has no sidewalk and is almost impassable during the winter. The only opportunity for them to safely commute, therefore, is to take the tram.

The idea to support the children living in Zelené Údolí with their commute to school was approved by the board of the transport company 2011 a pilot project to the parents of these children that were solely valid for use on the tram into the center of town and back. Instead of paying EUR 44 for the three-month passes, residents of Zelené Údolí paid just EUR 10.



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