The fall of communism in November 1989 did not help everyone in Slovak society.
The Velvet Revolution, in fact, brought about positive changes mostly for entrepreneurs, dissidents, young people, believers, and experts, a survey on November 1989 has shown, the SITA newswire reported.
The comparison of this year's surveys in Slovakia and the Czech Republic shows that Slovaks are indeed more critical when it comes to the assessment of changes after November 17, 1989: 56 percent of Slovaks see the revolution positively compared to 66 percent of Czechs.
6. Nov 2019 at 21:43 | Compiled by Spectator staff