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The Public Defender of Rights

Protects people against the conduct of authorities and other institutions if the conduct is against the law, does not correspond to the principles of a democratic legal state and the principles of good administration, or the authorities are inactive.

He/she also carries out preventive systematic visits to places where people are restricted in their freedom and seeks to ensure that their rights are respected. The Defender also contributes to promotion of the right to equal treatment and protection against discrimination and also systematically deals with the rights of the people with disabilities.

Anna Šabatová

Public Defender of Rights

Term of office from February 18, 2014

Anna Šabatová


17. 10. 2018
The Ombudswoman dealt with the matter concerning the rejection of job candidates who were not willing to make an agreement with the employer that their salary would be sent to...
10. 10. 2018
The Ombudswoman initiated inquiry into the un-unified practice in the area of reimbursements of compulsory vaccinations of children from the public health insurance system in...
03. 10. 2018
The Deputy Ombudsman inquired into the manner of resolution of a complaint against an inappropriate conduct of a judge of the Regional Court in Ostrava. The complaint was directed...
26. 09. 2018
The Ombudswoman dealt with the matter concerning potentially discriminatory practices in case of advertising job offers only in a foreign language. It follows from her Opinion...
19. 09. 2018
Number of convicted non-smokers complained to the Ombudsman that a non-smoking area was no longer delimited in their prison. Even though they had been moved to a non-smoking...
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