The closely watched dispute between a Somali girl and a Czech secondary medical school that forbade her to wear hijab will end at the Supreme Court (NS), since she filed a petition for an appellate review in reaction to the dismissal of her lawsuit by lower-level courts, CTK has found out.

In the lawsuit, the student demanded the school's apology and a compensation worth 60,000 crowns.

Her previous complaint with a district court and the municipal court in Prague was unsuccessful, and the former court obtained the girl's petition for an appellate review in late December, it ensues from the judicial database.

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