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Saturday, 22 January 2011

Police accuse far-right DM deputy head of Nazism promotion (Czech Rep)

 The Czech police have accused a 21-year-old woman, who is Workers' Youth (DM) deputy head Lucie Slegrova, according to the Workers' Party of Social Justice (DSSS) server, in connection with her speech delivered at the DSSS's meeting in Litvinov on November 17, 2010.

In her speech the woman expressed her positive stance on the movements suppressing human rights and freedoms and her adherence to the ideology of German Nazism and she promoted German National Socialism, police spokeswoman Ludmila Svetlakova told CTK Thursday.

The woman is prosecuted without being taken into custody. If found guilty, she faces up to three years in prison.

According to the police, she spoke about the ideology of National Socialism and she called this ideology the only possible path to fight against the current situation in the government.

The police recorded the speech and asked political scientists to assess it, Svetlakova said.

The DSSS reports that Slegrova is also accused of carrying a flag with the logo of the banned Workers' Party (DS) at the DSSS's pre-election meeting.

The Supreme Administrative Court (NSS) decided to dissolve the far-right extra-parliamentary DS party last February, complying with the proposal of the government saying the DS is extremist and poses a threat to democracy.

Last November the DSSS met in Litvinov to commemorate a march of ultra-right supporters in 2008. They clashed with the police who prevented then from marching to the Romany-inhabited Janov housing estate.

Prague Monitor