Ivan Bartoš: English-speaking city staff, better facilities for foreign residents

by Hrishabh Sandilya | Prague Daily Monitor Ivan Bartoš, the leader of the Pirate Party, talked to the Prague Daily Monitor, and explained what the Pirates have in store for Prague’s many foreign residents and the party’s agenda for the upcoming communal elections. read more Read the full article here.

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MPs pass resolution rejecting EP vote against Hungary

Prague Daily Monitor The Chamber of Deputies passed a resolution on Tuesday that criticized the European Parliament’s vote which could lead to Article 7 proceedings against Hungary. The resolution was proposed by ODS MP Jan Skopeček, and received multi-party support from ANO and SPD amongst others. read more Read the full article here.

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Behind the Lens: Jiří Jírů and Jindřich Štreit

In the 70’s there was a popular song “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” but here in Prague the Velvet Revolution was not only televised but also captured on camera. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia, we’re taking a look behind the lens of two Czech photographers who documented life under the communist regime. […]

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SIGNAL Festival: Prague in a Whole Different Light

This month marks what has become Prague’s largest cultural event: SIGNAL Festival. The festival alters Prague’s already awe-inspiring architecture into art, “reviving both well-known and hidden places of Prague” by turning urban spaces into fantastical light shows. Returning for its sixth year, the festival brings together international and local audiovisual artists to dazzle festival-goers with […]

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