Several actors were invited to participate in the rallies.
Nov 16, 2018 at 9:11 AM TASR
BRATISLAVA. The Assembly of the Slovak Fair will take place on Friday in eight Slovak cities, London and Dublin.
People gather in the squares of Bratislava, Banská Bystrica, Kosice, Prievidza, Žiari nad Hronom, Žilina, Levice and Kežmarok, informed Juraj Šeliga and Karolína Farska of the initiative For a decent Slovakia.
"In Bratislava, the assembly will begin at 5:00 p.m. on Friday in the Námestí SNP. Students of the initiative We do not worry about finding the 16:15 in Šafárikovo Square and from there they will march to the SNP Square," said the organizers of the Assembly in Bratislava .
In the square, activists and students will also be journalists from November 1989.
Several actors, such as Tomáš Maštalír, Kristina Svarinská, Táňa Pauhofová and Alexander Bárta, were invited to attend the meetings.
From the disclosure that the police call an anonymous criminal advertisement that they are organizing a coup and pay the American billionaire George Soros, many people expressed support for the organizer. Šeliga and Farská approached that in about 36 hours, the project had reached almost 50 thousand euros with the transparent account, the amount still going up. Currently, there are more than 55,000 euros.
Organizers have reported that their quarterly cancellations (November 15).
"We have been informed that the matter has been waived by the Public Prosecution Office on a case-by-case basis, and we have no information on how NAKA or the Public Prosecutor's Office will follow suit and whether the summons and hearings will continue," they wrote in their social network profile .
Claiming that someone controls them, being paid abroad and trying to organize a coup, refuses.
Two international journalist organizations – the European Center for Freedom of the Press and Media (ECPMF) and Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières – RSF) – also called for the questioning of activists.
It shocked them that the Slovak institutions had been allowed to engage in criminal proceedings against brave young people demanding justice for the murder of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnířová.
The so-called Slovaks, which took place June 2-22 this year in dozens of cities in Slovakia and abroad, should remind the public of the Annals. We're the ones we've been waiting for. Contains 63 authentic words, the book will be on Monday, November 19.