Fines and expenses
Continue reading #Prague: Latest updates about fines, #Klinika building and how we can all fight for the city
You may have already heard that a judge decreased the executor’s fee to “mere” 900 000 CZK (yes, nine hundred thousand, approx 36 000 EUR), which, thanks to your overwhelming solidarity, appears to have been mostly collected. However, this unfortunately is not the end to the repression and related expenses. We still need money to pay our lawyers because we are appealing the “executor’s fee” to the Constitutional Court.
Prague: Public plenary discussion about the Radical Library on 31.1.2019, 19:00.
Continue reading #Prague: Future of the Radical Library
The eviction of the autonomous centre Klinika in Prague was announced to happen on Thursday, 10 January. Yet, on Friday, 11 January, it was still not over and Klinika was still breathing. There were still several people occupying a platform on the roof. We talked to an activist at Klinika.
Continue reading #Prague: Notes from the eviction of #Klinika
After two years of back and forth, police and private security have been sent in to clear out the autonomous squatted centre, which has been an important cultural and community building since it opened in Prague in 2014.
Continue reading Czech territory, #Prague: #Klinika social centre mounts eviction resistance
Prague: The collective of Autonomní sociální centrum Klinika decided to defend themselves against eviction by a non-violent happening on Thursday, January 10th.
Continue reading #Prague January 10: Activists want to defend #Klinika autonomous social centre against eviction
Despite the promising ongoing negotiations about the future of Klinika with SŽDC (the railway administration), the police has decided to evict.
Continue reading #Prague – Callout: We must defend #Klinika! Cops want to evict at January 10
Three years of lack of evidence – Three years that fucked up our lives. The Fenix case uproar, consists of a lot of accusations of many crimes, ranging from the one of so-called “promotion of terrorism” to the one of preparation of terrorist attacks. These are the ones that were most discussed at the latest Municipal Court Hearing in Prague. During their verdict, the judge acquitted all the five defendants of the Fenix 1 case. Is it a victory? Why this decision isn’t final? Followed article is a translation of a month old overview over the court hearings and some analyses of our situation and experience, originally written in Czech language. Translated in English by Antifenix. Continue reading Antifenix Pamphlet. The Fenix Verdict: Defendants Acquitted
On Tuesday 5th September 2017 the Prague municipal court by its decision opened the way for the eviction of Klinika. Our appeal was rejected as the court upheld the view of the state (owner of the house) that they were within their rights not to extend the contract with us. The collective is convinced that the autonomous social centre can remain functioning regardless of the decision.
Continue reading #Prague: #Klinika Social Center Under Threat of Eviction
If nothing changes, Klinika will likely get evicted in summer. We can turn the tide – come on 9th of April on demonstration for Klinika!
Continue reading Prague: Don’t Ruin Klinika, Don’t Ruin Our City!
The Klinika squat in Prague is primarily a free place where everyone should feel safe. Because we know that safe areas in this world based on exclusion and domination, is only illusion, we want to focus on topics and activities geared towards horizontally structured society.
Continue reading New Anarchist Infoshop at the #Klinika squat in #Prague