Monday, March 7, 2016

Slovakia: Neo-Nazis win 8% of parliamentary elections

Via Times of Israel:
The ultra-nationalist Slovak National Party, Fico’s potential partner, returned to Parliament after a four-year-absence with 8.6 percent while the traditional party in the predominantly Roman Catholic country of 5.4 million, the Christian Democrats, didn’t get enough votes to be represented.

Most notably, the neo-Nazi People’s Party – Our Slovakia, got 8 percent, or 14 seats.

Party chairman Marian Kotleba was chairman of the banned neo-Nazi Slovak Togetherness-National Party, which organized anti-Roma rallies and expressed sympathy for the Slovak Nazi-puppet state during World War II.

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