Slovak homeowner considers selling to Roma, so his neighbors graffiti his house and puncture his tires

Maroš Hadžega wants to sell the house in Polomka, Slovakia, where he lives with his family. Local residents are apparently bothered by the idea that a Romani family who came to view the property might buy it and move in.

The Romani family has informed Hadžega that they are not interested in buying the property. Moreover, he says he has not yet decided to whom to sell it.

The Hadžega couple decided to sell the family home through a real estate agency. "Many prospective buyers came to see the property. Most were members of the majority society, but I did not consider it a problem for a Romani family to also view it," Hadžega told the Slovak media.

According to him, the Romani family who came to see the house were "very respectable". They arrived in an SUV.

Hadžega believes some of his neighbors may have noticed that Romani people were interested in buying the house and may have wanted to prevent any Roma from moving into Polomka. "Ever since then, it has been hell for my family," he alleges.



Slovakia: Dozens of children from orphanage ending up in psychiatric care - is it a business?

Press TV in Slovakia has aired footage of a crying, horrified 13-year-old girl who has run away from a children's home because she is afraid the management will have her taken to a psychiatric facility as they did with her brother before her. She herself has spent two weeks in the facility once already.

The girl's name is Zuzana. Apparently she is meant to be sent to the facility because she cursed at a governess in the orphanage, despite having subsequently apologized.
According to Zuzana, many children have been taken from the children's home to the psychiatric facility, the youngest of them just seven years old. The children are doped there with psychiatric medications that they are instructed to take even after returning to the children's home.

Press TV interviewed Zuzana and then did their best to investigate the essence of the problem in their reportage. Zuzana's testimony was confirmed by former inmates of the children's home.

According to the reportage, dozens of children from the Center for Children and Families in Svidník have ended up in the psychiatric facility in Hraň. They range in age from seven to 17 and are dependent on strong sedatives and other drugs by the time they are released from the psychiatric facility.

The director of the center, Ľubomír Sluka, says most of the children have mental disorders. The reporters, however, have ascertained that is not the case and that the psychiatric facility is receiving children from a very early age, with the youngest child using the strong drugs aged only seven.



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.

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