Echo of Platform project JUSTICE 2.0 in German, Slovak, Czech, Latvian, Romanian and other international media

The following links represent some of the media coverage of the JUSTICE 2.0 project in Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Latvia, Romania and other countries:

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The installation of a sculpture depicting the killing of Hartmut Tautz near Bratislava in August 1986 in front of the European Parliament and the presentation of the names of persons responsible for crimes against humanity on 27 May 2015 in Brussels and at a parallel press conference of the Czech Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Bělobrádek in Prague raised considerable media and public attention.

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Based on the breakthrough ruling of the district court Bratislava I from March 2017 in the case of Hartmut Tautz, the 18-year old high school graduate from Magdeburg who was killed on the Czechoslovak border to Austria in 1986, the Platform and the Union of Victims of Communist Tyranny in November 2017 called upon former East German refugees who were arrested in former Czechoslovakia to apply for court rehabilitation and compensation from the Czech and Slovak Republics.

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