Update: 06.12.2022 00:39
Brno – The Constitutional Court (ÚS) will announce today how it decided on the complaint of the father of a child placed in a diagnostic institute. The reason for the placement was the parents’ disagreements about custody and their alleged inability to agree and cooperate.
The constitutional complaint is specifically directed against the verdict of the Regional Court in České Budějovice, which stated last November that both parents are permanently disrespecting the court decision and that the boy, although he is legally entrusted to the care of the mother, remains in fact in the care of the father from April 2021. According to the decision of the České Budějovice court, the father should have transferred the child to an institution, where he will find a neutral environment without the stress of the parents’ conflict.
In the complaint, the man points to an alleged violation of the right to a fair trial. He also criticizes the allegedly insufficient reasoning of the regional court’s judgment and the failure to present some evidence. According to the complaint, the placement of the boy in a children’s diagnostic institute due to disagreements between the parents represents an interference in private and family life.
Source: České noviny – hlavní události by www.ceskenoviny.cz.
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