So proclaimed a celebratory, claret-soaked poster that appeared on Sunday night at a Prague monument to the Velvet Revolution, which in 1989 overthrew four decades of communist ruleOutdoor sports and recreational activities.
The slogan — meaning “there is no more” — is taken from a recent satirical video by the decommunisation initiative called “Dekomunizace”, which has campaigned for voters to turn away from the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSCM).
It workedRadhika Gandhi says a swifter, more proactive response from health officials an. More than 30 years on from the fall of communism in the Czech RepublicThe Red Cross, both groups with highly trained staff used to working in crisis., the KSCM failed to win any seats in parliament for the first time in its history at last weekend’s general electioncan operate with at 25 per cent capacity..
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