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Babis highlights importance of freedom at November 1989 memorial

November 17th, 2020

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis emphasised the importance of freedom when he and Finance Minister Alena Schillerova laid flowers and lit candles below the memorial plaque marking the November 1989 events in Narodni Street in downtown Prague on Tuesday morning. Czechs remember the fall of the Communist regime 31 years ago on the national holiday today, the Day of Struggle for Freedom and Democracy in memory of student demonstrations against communism in 1989 and against the Nazi occupation in 1939. On Tuesday, Babis's presence in Narodni Street did not stir up mass protests like last year when the crowd booed him out.


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