LIVE BROADCAST at 13:00 TODAY: Demonstration "Let's Do It! Me Džav a So Tumen Avena?"
Today during the commemorations of the state holiday on 17 November 2018 at 13:00 on Hradčanské náměstí in front of Prague Castle and the statue of the first President of Czechoslovakia T. G. Masaryk there will be a protest assembly called "Jdeme do toho! [Let's Do It!] Me Džav a So Tumen Avena? Those participating will be expressing their disagreement with the recent appearances by Czech President Miloš Zeman and his manipulative remarks about Romani people.
The event is the initiative of Miroslav Rusenko of the Romani Democratic Party (RDS). ROMEA TV will broadcast the demonstration live.
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