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(en) Czech, Zlin, South Moravia, Media, Police terminated a march of some 200 right-wing extremists in Otrokovice over brawls with anarchists

Date Tue, 16 Jan 2007 11:02:43 +0200


Rightit demonstration at Otrokovice dispersed by police because of brawls with anarchists at 16:00 today, two hours before its planned end. The demonstration, organised by the National Corporativism association in protest against the left, was announced to the municipal authorities in Otrokovice, south Moravia, beforehand. Five radicals were detained during the brawls when both camps were throwing bottles and explosive charges to one another. One radical was treated with minor injuries in his face. Afterwards, policemen directed the right radicals to the railway station and watched their departure. Other policemen guarded the anarchists gathered some 300 metres from the station. Despite the security measures, right extremist and anarchists clashed again near the station. According to CTK estimates, the number of anarchists was the same or higher than right extremists.

Order in the town was secured by several hundred policemen, including mounted and armoured police and the situation was monitored by a helicopter

National Corporativism spokesman Martin Bacik said that the march was to highlight the problems with extreme leftist movements, for instance anarchists and drug-addicts who also support anarchism.

It has not been the first similar meeting of extremists in Otrokovice.

The National Corporativism (NK), established in 2004, has some 200 members in the 10-million Czech Republic.

According to the Interior Ministry, it is one of the organisations monitored over far-right extremism. Human and civic right activists say that the NK is a nationalist organisation.
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