Some people ended up in container houses in Poschla in 2006, and five dozen Roma moved to houses in Prostějov, Olomouc and Jeseník. Some of the families who used the move offer then sued the city. The Roma claimed to have been deported from Vsetin by violence. Allegedly, they did not even have the freedom to choose where to move with their families.
The courts have been dealing with the case since 2008, the Regional Court has dismissed the application three times, but the High Court has always heard the plaintiff's appeal and returned the case. Moreover, in the latter case, he ordered the replacement of a judge. The city against this was unsuccessfully opposed to the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic and to the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic.
There must be a racist in the High Court when we say we should have left these people on the street.Governor of the Zlín Region Jiří Čunek
The new judge of the Regional Court indicated that he intends to follow the High Court's legal opinion, ie unfavorable for the city, when deciding. Both sides urged out-of-court settlement. "We want the court to decide, the conditions for out-of-court settlement are unacceptable for us," said Mayor Jiri Ruzicka (KDU-CSL).
“The city could evict non-payers without compensation, owing to the rent. For humanitarian reasons, the city provided them with help. There must be a racist in the High Court when we say we should have left these people on the street. I think the dispute will end with the International Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and we have to win, ”said the Governor of the Zlín Region Jiří Čunek, who came to the meeting of the Vsetín representatives.