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Is it legal under Czech and EU legal system to punish people with prison sentences for publicly expressing their political views?

For a challenge under the European Convention on Human Rights (to which Czechia is a signatory) the relevant articles are 10 and 17. Article 10, on the right to free expression, has the caveat that it:...
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Is it legal under Czech and EU legal system to punish people with prison sentences for publicly expressing their political views?

The Czech Republic Criminal Code says: Section 365 Approval of Criminal Offence (1) Whoever publically approves of a committed criminal offence or whoever publically extols an offender for his/her ...
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Can parents withhold their birth certificate/marriage license from their kids

The Czech Consulate General in New York has a page about this. Presumably a similar situation would prevail at other Czech consulates, so this answer should help even if you do not reside in its ...
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Can a landlord refuse my request for rental because of my fluency in the local language

There is a general EU anti-discrimination directive 2000/43 which in Article 3(1)(h) which applies the standards to housing. This document analyzes Czech anti-discrimination law. If you were ...
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Drone confiscated in Prague as tourist

Prague is restricted airspace and partially no fly. Czech Aviation Authority says: The zones can be seen on the following website: https://dronview.rlp.cz/. Operation of unmanned aircraft in Prague ...
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I used a 3D asset in my game that was distributed under CC license. Later I found the asset's author stole it from another game. Can they sue me?

Since the person who posted the game component under the CC-BY license has no right to do so, no one who used it in reliance on that license had any rights either, and all such uses were at least ...
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Income tax: Developer working from home office for foreign company

I don't know if the question is still relevant. You don't tax the income per se, but only income actually transferred to the account in the Czech Republic. Hence, it all depends on whether your ...
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Income tax: Developer working from home office for foreign company

You pay income tax in the country you are doing the work, so in your case you will have to pay Czech tax. This is a general thing that is argued also for businesses. There is more specific info on the ...
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