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Saturday, 6 February 2010


Roughly 100 people attended the March against Racism and Neo-Nazism in Prague Thursday afternoon. The quiet march ended outside the Faculty of Law of Charles University in the Jewish Quarter from where the participants went home. Tens of police patrolled the event. The participants met at Prague's namesti Miru square. After speeches they marched through Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square shouting slogans such as Stop to Nazism! The march was staged by the group Facebook Against Racial Bias. Activists said the march wanted to "actively intervene against the growing ultra right as the public and the government are ignoring the serious problem." The march also wanted to remember victims of World War Two. Facebook Against Racial Bias is a group of five young people who are not from any party.

Prague Monitor