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16:15 – In Prague, there was a march to protest against Andrej Babiš in Old Town Square. "Thank you for coming to this issue, this really can not be forgotten," said the organizers.

Demonstration at the Old Town Square

Demonstration at the Old Town Square

PHOTO: News

16:12 – In Liberec, they reminded the fighters for freedom and democracy and the Memorial to the victims of communism. Then there was a commemorative march against the oblivion of the Liberec center.

A memorial assembly on the anniversary of the Velvet Revolution was also held at the Memorial to the Victims of Communism in Liberec.

A memorial assembly on the anniversary of the Velvet Revolution was also held at the Memorial to the Victims of Communism in Liberec.

PHOTO: Radek Petrášek, CTK

In Ústí nad Labem, on November 17, they remembered Olbram Zoubek in the statue of the victims of communism.

Deputy Mayor Jiří Madar (left) and deputy director of the Municipal Police, Jan Novotný, laid flowers on the statue of the victims of communism Olbram Zoubek in the Ústí nad Labem Municipal Settlements.

Deputy Mayor Jiří Madar (left) and deputy director of the Municipal Police, Jan Novotný, laid flowers on the statue of the victims of communism Olbram Zoubek in the Ústí nad Labem Municipal Settlements.

PHOTO: Ondřej Hájek, CTK

15:50 – Manifestations are also held in other cities of the Czech Republic. About 1,000 people attended a rally against Prime Minister Andrei Babiš in Brno. Many of them had banners in Babis' hands as a fraudster, liar, or StB agent.

A demonstration of about 1,000 people called "The End of a Man's Government Against Prime Minister Andrei Babiš" took place in Brno.

A demonstration of about 1,000 people called "The End of a Man's Government Against Prime Minister Andrei Babiš" took place in Brno.

PHOTO: Václav Šálek, CTK

15:30 "The march continues along the Charles Bridge to the edge of Smetana and National Street. Demonstrators shout "Demise," "We have enough," and "We belong to the west." But the passwords also sound like "Estébé nechceme" or "Slováky Slovákům".

The demonstration starts at Hradcanska Square. The march then continued through Lower Town Square and Charles Bridge.

15:05 – Meanwhile, the defenders of Andrej Babiš began meeting in Klára around 14 o'clock. Only about four dozen people are on the ground.

About 40 people gathered in Klára, Prague, in the assembly, to support the policy of the OL movement and its president and prime minister, Andrej Babiš.

About 40 people gathered in Klára, Prague, in the assembly, to support the policy of the OL movement and its president and prime minister, Andrej Babiš.

PHOTO: Jan Sadílek, CTK

15:00 – The slow march to sing "Babiše do koše" crosses the street Neruda and follows to the bridge Charles.

14:54 The mayor of Prague 7 and Jan Čižinský, deputy mayor, were also in Hradkany Square. Newspapers have been skeptical about the fact that the current young generation does not know what is celebrated on November 17. "Unfortunately, history is often misunderstood in our country. There is a particular need for parents to try to tell their parents at home."

Mayor of Prague 7 and Member Jan Čižinský (Prague) in Hradčanské náměstí

In Hradkany Square, supporters of Prime Minister Babiš met for a march ending at Old Town Square.

In Hradkany Square, supporters of Prime Minister Babiš met for a march ending at Old Town Square.

PHOTO: Petr Horník, Právo

14:47 – The procession started from Hradčanské náměstí. Thousands protest against Prime Minister Andrei Babiš. They hold banners in their hands, calling him to resign. They can be "Eye for Eye", "Crime for Crime", "Bureš za katr go" or "Satane Distance". They also have the EU flags. The crowd is accompanied by dozens of police officers.

People in Hradkany Square also express disagreement with President Milos Zeman

People in Hradkany Square also express disagreement with President Milos Zeman

PHOTO: Petr Horník, Právo

14:45 – "We are not here to say what is wrong, but to say what values ​​defend themselves," said the organizer of the protests and urged the demonstrators to behave well along the Národní třída to Old Town Square.

14:40 – "We are here to be together for a decent Czech Republic.We are reacting to the current rather obscure political situation in the Czech Republic.our prime minister publicly declares that he will never, in any case, withdraw, pushing us to any place on the border of Turkmenistan, "said the organizer of the demonstration.

14:30 – Thousands of people gathered in Hradčany Square and demanded the resignation of Babiš.

14:25 – President of the ODS, Petr Fiala, had lunch with ex-dissidents on the occasion of the holiday.

Lunch with old dissidents and people from the days of November is already a tradition. Glad to discuss these people …

Posted by Petr Fiala on Saturday, November 17, 2018

14:00 – A recessive mask procession called Velvet Worship was also launched from Republic Square.

"The parade is attended by a variety of initiatives and civic societies that use massive masks to create hot themes that they have been practicing for a long time or that currently affect them," organizers said at Facebook events.

On November 17, the center of Prague went through the satirical procession of masks called Velvet Worship.

On November 17, the center of Prague went through the satirical procession of masks called Velvet Worship.

PHOTO: Petr Horník, Právo

13:36 – CSSD president and Interior Minister Jan Hamacek responded to the fall of flowers in the basket, ensuring the independence of the police.

"I feel the current atmosphere is very high, which is what I consider my duty to honor the memory of November 17. I assert that unlike the previous regime, the police are independent," Hamacek told Twitter.

13:29 – After protests in Národní třída, the demonstration will be in Hradčanské náměstí. The goal will be the Old Town Square, where your protest will culminate. A similar demonstration will also take place in Praça da República in Prague or in Brno in Praça da Liberdade in the afternoon.

Assembly in Hradcanska Square

People bring flowers and light candles in Narodni trida early in the morning.

People bring flowers and light candles in Narodni trida early in the morning.

PHOTO: Roman Vondrouš, CTK

1:20 p.m. – The rector of ČVUT Vojtěch Petráček also appeared in Albert. In his speech, he warned against relativizing the importance of the 1989 events and the transition to democracy. "Sometimes those who beat others are honored in the name of the struggle for freedom," he said.

On Albert Day, people remembered the birthdays of the Student Assembly and marching in the National Class on November 17, 1989.

On Albert Day, people remembered the birthdays of the Student Assembly and marching in the National Class on November 17, 1989.

PHOTO: Vít Šimánek, CTK

13:17 – "I would like these holidays, which are the holidays of freedom and democracy, to be a day of understanding and understanding for others, and also of being together and united. Because if we are united and united, we are always on the verge of freedom and democracy, "he said in Albert's Winter.

The referee of Charles University, Tomáš Zima, presented himself at Albert University in Prague.

The referee of Charles University, Tomáš Zima, presented himself at Albert University in Prague.

PHOTO: Vít Šimánek, CTK

13:15 Albert sang the anthem. Together with them, the rectors of Masaryk University and Charles Mikuláš University Bek and Tomáš Zima participated in the commemoration of the events of 1939 and 1989.

Students sang an anthem in Albert

13:10 – People's leaders, including former Culture Minister Daniel Herman, asked for a prayer at the National Memorial, adding a portion of those present to them. Most of them joined the singing of the Czech anthem.

The anthem in Národní třída – November 17

13:08 – Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib (Piráti) came to Národní to burn a candle, saying it is a reminder of the "struggle for freedom in time to authorize authoritarian regimes."

1 PM – Jiri Ovaccek denounced citizens who threw a flower of Andrey Babiš, Tomo Okamura and President Zeman into a basket, as "a fascist coup taken from a chain".

"It destroyed and ran over the national holiday on November 17. Spitting on the memory of students who wanted democracy and freedom," wrote Ovčáček on Twitter.

12:35 – On the contrary, the new and newly elected Presidents of the Upper House of Parliament, Milan Štěch of CSSD, and Jaroslav Kuber of ODS were, on the contrary.

Milan Štěch in Národní třída

12:30 – Radek Vondráček, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, did not reach Národní třída or the Hlávka hall. His assistant, Novinka, wrote that he had to change plans for health reasons.

11:30 – While politicians alternate with the National, students and university representatives mainly remember the students' struggle for freedom and their victims in 1939. From the Hlávka's Hall, a procession passed through Žitná, where Václav Sedláček and Jan Opletal were fatally injured, until Albertov, where they began celebrations by representatives of universities.

This is how the flowers of A. Babis and T. Okamura ended up in the basket. Source: Big News, Facebook News FTV Prima

The students' march went from Hlávka's school to Albertov. On the way, he headed for Zitna Street, where Jan Opletal was injured on 28 October during the anti-Nazi demonstration.

The students' march went from Hlávka's school to Albertov. On the way, he headed for Zitna Street, where Jan Opletal was injured on 28 October during the anti-Nazi demonstration.

PHOTO: Radek Plavecký, Právo

11:23 – Babis went to the National Class to pay homage to the memorial shortly after midnight because he went to his son early in the morning in Switzerland. Babis put it on social networks.

11:03 – Put the flowers to the monument to the National came and the boss of the pirates Ivan Bartos. He mentioned that he did not care when Babiš put the bouquet. Meanwhile, National Day kicked off a commemoration on Nov. 17 called Korzo National.

Jiří Drahoš na Národní třída

Tomio Okamura at Hlávka Hall

Ivan Bartos is putting the wreath in Národní třída

10:17 – Opposition representatives TOP 09, led by party chairman Jiří Pospíšil, also attended the memorial. "For us, November 17 is the day that freedom and democracy return to our country." Today, these values ​​are trampled on by Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and President Milos Zeman, which is why it is important to remember this holiday " , he told reporters.

"Andrej Babiš is afraid of the citizens, so he goes at night. I do not tolerate throwing flowers in the basket, but on the other hand I understand the annoyance of people," President TOP 09 responded to the fall of the flowers in the basket.

Jiří Pospíšil and Miroslav Kalousek in Národní třída

10:02 – Police are investigating the removal of flowers at the Národní třída monument as a violation of piety. According to his comments on Twitter, no one stopped or restricted his personal freedom.

9:50 – Representatives of the ODS arrived at the monument Národní třída. In addition to ODS president Petr Fiala, newly elected Senate President Jaroslav Kuber and Miroslava Němcová have come to pay homage to the memorial. Shortly afterwards came the flowers and the representative of the STAN Vít Rakušan movement.

Jaroslav Kuber on Národní třída

Petr Fiala on Národní třída

Vít Rakušan na Národní třída

Miroslava Němcová na Národní třída

09:42 – At Hlávka Hall, people remembered the closure of universities by Nazi occupiers and the death of Jan Opletal and other students in 1939. Former Senate President Milan Štěch, newly elected Senator Jiří Drahoš, participated in the pious act.

Tomio Okamura also remembered the memory of the students. He then broke the news for an interview. "We must appreciate that, thanks to November 17, although polissypical development is perceived by all others, we can freely express our opinions and have a diversity of opinions," he said.

08:45In calling them "collaborators," the people received representatives from the National Social Democrats (CSSD) with Jan Hamacek ahead. Before the whistle, the deputy prime minister's speech was not heard before the reporter. "Hanba" and "demise" or "Russian cockroach" accompanied Hamacek even putting bouquets.

The bouquet was finished by the president. Trash now surrounded people. She says the bouquet does not take the police again, as was the case with babies' presents and Okamura. [celá zpráva]

07:56 – Transparencies against Babiš and Zeman surround a memorial at the National. "Masaryk brought our Democratic Republic to the world, these bury her," the most prominent with the caricatures of both statesmen. But also: "Clown of Zeman Putin", "Pinokio Babiš" or "StB's Fools We Shame for You".

Jan Hamacek na Národní třída

quarter to eightPrime Minister Andrej Babiš placed the wreath at the Národní třída monument around one and a half in the morning. The people were taken early in the morning and thrown into the basket as well as a garland of Tom Okamura. The police then took the flowers out of the basket and carried them away.

NO COMMENTS: Andrej Babis and Tomio Okamura put flowers on the monument. Source: Big News, Facebook News FTV Prima

07:29 – The first group of people comes to the monument in Národní třída.

07:25 – In the morning, the events of 1939, when the Nazis closed the Czech universities, will remember the people at Albert Hall in Hlávka.


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