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Thursday, 11 March 2010


The Prague City Court has terminated the proceedings in which the far-right Workers' Party (DS) sued the Interior Ministry for the inclusion of the party's logo in a list of symbols used by Czech extremists in a police handbook, the court's spokeswoman Martina Lhotakova said Tuesday. Lhotakova said the verdict has not yet taken effect. The court terminated the proceedings on February 18 shortly after the Supreme Administrative Court (NSS) decided on the party's dissolution. Lhotakova said the party was not authorised to take part in court proceedings due to its dissolution. The Workers' Party demanded an apology from the ministry and the removal of its logo from the handbook. The DS's logo, a red cogwheel on a white field and with black letters DS inside, strikingly reminds of the emblem of the German Labour Front (DAF), a kind of a Nazi union organisation. Similar logo was also used by the now defunct Free German Workers' Party (FAP), a party of neo-Nazis dreaming of a Fourth Reich, the NSS concluded. The Supreme Administrative Court said the DS's programme contains xenophobia, chauvinism, homophobia and a racist subtext. It spreads fears of foreigners and creates feelings of danger.