Ultra-right group gathers in central Slovakia but no trouble reported

Around 100 supporters of ultra-right organisation Slovenská Pospolitosť (Slovak Togetherness) gathered in the town of Jelšava in Banská Bystrica region on Saturday, February 6, with around 200 locals joining them later in what Pospolitosť claims was a protest against the government's inability to secure a decent life for decent people in Slovakia, the TASR wrote. A group of local Roma citizens was also present but no trouble was reported, said Banská Bystrica police spokesperson Petra Vašková. The 300-strong crowd then dispersed, with Pospolitosť supporters moving on to the nearby village of of Kameňany. Around 80 police officers were on duty both in Jelšava and Kameňany, said Vašková. TASR

Around 100 supporters of ultra-right organisation Slovenská Pospolitosť (Slovak Togetherness) gathered in the town of Jelšava in Banská Bystrica region on Saturday, February 6, with around 200 locals joining them later in what Pospolitosť claims was a protest against the government's inability to secure a decent life for decent people in Slovakia, the TASR wrote.

A group of local Roma citizens was also present but no trouble was reported, said Banská Bystrica police spokesperson Petra Vašková. The 300-strong crowd then dispersed, with Pospolitosť supporters moving on to the nearby village of of Kameňany. Around 80 police officers were on duty both in Jelšava and Kameňany, said Vašková. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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