New strikes against immigration policies last Saturday hit the city. About 250 or more protestants of the Czech extra-parliamentary radical National Democracy raised their voices against Prague and EU decisions about immigrants.

400 more manifestants were at the borders, near Germany in Kraslice and Cinovec and in České Velenice near Austria, protesting for the same reasons. The protest consisted in blocking the borders for several minutes, then the manifestants left.

Manifestants in the city centre waved Czech flags, yelling against a multi-culti society, even verbally attacking tourists and foreign passersby. Police intervened later, when some of the participants already moved to Wenceslas square.

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