Sympathy demonstration held in Prague in support of the Hungarian government's migration policy

Monday, September 28, 2015

The Hungarian government defending Christian, and Greco-Roman culture by trying to stop the flood of refugee to Europe said speakers of Prague sympathy rally organized by several civilian organizations in support of the Hungarian government's migration policy.

According to Czech police, about 500 to 600 people attended the rally. Demonstrators chanted slogans in English and in Czech such as "Thank you, thank you!" and "Orbán, Orbán!" as well as "Ria, Ria Hungaria".

The rally organized by ISSTRAS, the National Democracy Movement and several other organizations, such as the Anti-Islamic Bloc. Some Czech politicians, MPs and senators also supported the rally.

One of the speakers, Pavel Skácel in his speech criticized Germany, France and the European Union's policies that lead Europe into a catastrophe.

(MTI –


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