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Slovenská Pospolitosť plans another protest in Krompachy

According to its website, ultra right-wing organisation Slovenská Pospolitosť (Slovak Togetherness) is planning to organise another protest against what it calls Roma criminality and is asking its sympathisers to gather in front of the local council office in Krompachy in Košice region on August 22, the TASR newswire wrote.

According to its website, ultra right-wing organisation Slovenská Pospolitosť (Slovak Togetherness) is planning to organise another protest against what it calls Roma criminality and is asking its sympathisers to gather in front of the local council office in Krompachy in Košice region on August 22, the TASR newswire wrote.

Slovenská Pospolitosť is also inviting people from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, TASR wrote. The organisation’s last rally, which took place last Saturday, ended in a police crackdown when the protesters failed to observe a call by the local mayor to disperse. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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