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Wednesday, 17 March 2010


The Czech far-right Workers' Party (DS) yesterday sent through e-mail an appeal against its dissolution to the Constitutional Court (US), challenging the decision, party leader Tomas Vandas told CTK. The proposal has the postponing effect that will last throughout the proceedings at the US. The DS has announced it will run in the May elections under the name Workers' Party of Social Justice (DSSS). DS lawyer Petr Prchal who has drafted the complaint said the conditions for the dissolution of the party were not fulfilled. Prchal said if the evidence were relevant, it would be sufficient to discontinue the activities of the party, not to dissolve it. The Supreme Administrative Court (NSS) passed the verdict on February 17. It said the DS's programme contains xenophobia, chauvinism, homophobia and racism. It spreads fears of foreigners and creates the feelings of danger. 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. A 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.