Belgrade residents tell rights court of bar noise ‘torture’

belgrade residents tell rights court of bar noise torture

Sumary of Belgrade residents tell rights court of bar noise ‘torture’:

  • BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s capital is vibrating with nightlife again after over a year of pandemic restrictions.
  • Cafes, bars and fun-hungry customers are celebrating a summer boom in business and entertainment options, but the accompanying loud music and other noise are a bust for residents across Belgrade.
  • Dragic’s apartment overlooks a downtown Belgrade street that is one of the hot spots in a European capital with a reputation for partying after dark.
  • “The noise is such that some neighbors just leave the city or the street or everything,” said Dragic, an engineer.
  • Residents of the city’s commercial areas have complained for years about deafening noise from bars, discos and night clubs.
  • Lawyer Marina Mijatovic said she took the issue to the court in Strasbourg after Belgrade authorities didn’t respond to a local court ruling last month that said they hadn’t done enough to limit noise.

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