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- September 30, 2012 at 10:19 pm #344288
Partizanske, September 7 (TASR) – A march for the rights of decent people is set to take place in Partizanske (Trencin region) on September 29 linked to an eponymous petition announced by mayor of Partizanske Jozef Bozik earlier this week, TASR learnt on Friday.
"Our actions in the past used to be sporadic and isolated, while now I feel the support of the public," said Bozik.
"I'm pleased that the Police Corps have also requested co-operation, as our goal is to make sure that all people in Partizanske will remain safe, and primarily those taking part in the decent march," said Bozik.
The petition has been organised by mayors of three towns, Bozik plus mayor of Handlova (Trencin region) Rudolf Podoba and mayor of Ziar nad Hronom (Banska Bystrica region) Ivan Cernaj.
The petition features four demands: 1) the introduction of tougher legislative measures against the violation of the constitutional rights of decent people perpetrated by anti-social individuals; 2) the payment of social welfare benefits only on condition that the recipient undertakes a certain amount of work; 3) a reduction in the age of criminal responsibility from 14 to 12; and 4) the prosecution of parents for the crimes of their underage children.
The local council in Partizanske in late August decided to surround Nabrezna Street with a fence in the wake of a series of attacks perpetrated by local Roma against people from neighbouring blocks. The mayor also decided that following repeated attacks on a postwoman on Nabrezna Street, all mail for the residents of the street will be distributed from a prefabricated housing unit, the so-called 'unimobunka', supervised by two police officers.
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