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Wednesday, 8 December 2010


The Czech Supreme Administrative Court (NSS) has suspended the activities of the far-right Association for the Republic-Republican Party of Czechoslovakia (SPR-RSC), as proposed by the government, CTK has found on its web page. The NSS has not yet disclosed the reasons for the ruling. Suspension is the first step toward dissolution. The SPR-RSC was established in December 1989. In 1992-1998 it was represented in parliament. It was headed by Miroslav Sladek. The SPR-RSC were notorious with extremist rhetoric and parliamentary obstructions. After the SPR-RSC failed to get into parliament in the 1998 elections, it was in financial dire straits. In February 2001, it was adjudged bankrupt. Even before this, its active members joined another party, called Miroslav Sladek's Republicans (RMS). In February 2008, the NSS suspended the activities of the RMS and the original SPR-RSC, again headed by Sladek, resumed its work. In the May 2010 elections to the Chamber of Deputies, the SPR-RSC received 0.03 percent of votes.

Prague Monitor