An ‘allegorical sculptural group’ appeared in the center of Prague on Saturday. The installation of paper pigs is also handled by the police iROZHLAS
According to spokeswoman Irena Seiferová, paper pigs with the names of political parties were discovered by Prague police officers on Saturday morning during inspection at tram stops near Ječná Street.
“From the earlobes of the animals hung placards with a telephone number written on them. The police called the said contacts, then a 49-year-old man came to the scene, who stated that the buildings represent the current government of the Czech Republic, and then the president and his spokesman, alleging that the whole sculpture allegorized the author’s strong desire to leave politics, “said the server. iROZHLAS.cz Seifertová.
She added that the creator of the sculptural group, due to the interest pursued, proved that he does not need any permission to install it in the center of Prague.
Andrea Zoulová, a spokeswoman for Prague 2, also confirmed to the editors that no request had actually been received for the city district. “As an office, we did not know about the event in advance, so it was most likely something that was not announced or permitted,” he says.
A spokeswoman for the city police explained the creative intent behind the unusual installation. “We are trying to arouse the alleged allegory of citizens in order to appeal to these political entities, so he prepared a petition entitled ‘Dismissal of the Mocipans and their mission to ******’,” the spokeswoman said without further comment.
The installation of the May Day political happening was also filmed on television on Saturday New. The author of the work stated in the report that the work remained in place until four o’clock in the afternoon and then he had to take it away.
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