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The Czech Republic celebrates 1989 wonderfully, despite the pandemic.  The timeless song was sung by the Slovakian

The Czech Republic celebrates 1989 wonderfully, despite the pandemic. The timeless song was sung by the Slovakian

17. 11. 2021 19:18 | Prague / TV canopy

Anniversary celebrations on November 17 culminated 11 minutes into the 17th.

Anniversary celebrations on November 17 in Prague.
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In the Czech Republic, they celebrate November 17 wonderfully, despite the epidemic. Last year they were online only to celebrate with our neighbours, and this time the Czechs meet in the yards since morning. According to the event organizers, they commemorate a crucial day that defines Czech history.

Deputy Prime Minister Andre Babis He came to the monument with flowers first at six, We are still in the dark and without the presence of journalists.

According to the media, he probably wanted to avoid crowding. Peter Fiala, who is likely to soon become the new prime minister, arrived in the morning when Narodny Teda was full of people.

There were several letters. Perhaps the most controversial was the presentation by former President Vaclav Klaus. ten I talked about a pandemicWho, according to him, is an inventor, as is climate change.

A Czech anthem sang in Prague this afternoon. The only major protest was in the Old Town Square, where opponents of anti-epidemic measures gathered without loopholes. They claim that communist totalitarianism has been replaced by universalist totalitarianism. The police did not intervene against them.

Anniversary celebrations on November 17 culminated 11 minutes after the 17th, when Jana Kirchner sang a prayer for Martha. Then all important buildings were symbolically colored in the Czech national colours.

More on Alžbeta Garaiová Maťašovská report.

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