Czech rightist extremists stage rally, no incidents

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Kladno - There were no incidents during the annual Saint Wenceslas Rally, staged by the Autonomous Nationalists and attended by roughly 200 far-right followers today.

The Saint Wenceslas holiday has been commemorated by the far-right activists every year since 2005.

There was a number of speakers, also from Poland and Sweden, at the square. The demonstrators carried flags with national symbols, the logo of Autonomous Nationalists and black flags.

They marched through the town, chanting "Radically, socially, nationally!", "Saint Wenceslas " and "No to Multiculti."

The riot police separated the crowd from about 30 opponents of the nationalists who chanted "Antifa!" There were only verbal exchanges between the two groups. continues here

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