Wave of anti-migrant protests swept Czech republic

Source : 112 Ukraine

Noteworthy that leader of German anti-migration movement Lutz Bachmann was present at the protest action in Prague
18:29, 28 October 2015

In the Czech Republic was held a series of protest actions against migrants and islamisation of the country, UkrPravda reported citing Ceske Noviny.

The most numerous protest action was in Brno, which attended about 1,500 participants and 70 riders who were seen at similar events in other cities.

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About 300 people gathered in the city of Liberec to express their disagreement with the migration. At the same time, it was reported that in the city took place meeting in support of migrants, which was attended by 40 people.

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In addition, in another Czech city – Ostrava - an anti-migrant meeting also took place with the participation of about 500 people organized by forces of neo-Nazi direction. The protesters were holding banners with slogans "Get out of the EU" and "Miloš Zeman is right", reports the edition iDnes.

Most of protest actions were peaceful without major incidents. Only in Prague police had to divide opponents and supporters migration up in arms to each other.

Noteworthy that the protest meeting in Prague was attended by Lutz Bachmann, leader of the German movement against the migration Pegida, which organized a series of anti-migrant protests in eastern Germany.

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