Právo: ultra-right extremists keep tabs on “anti-fascists”

Saturday’s edition of the daily Právo writes that right-wing groups in the Czech Republic are compiling lists of politicians known for their anti-fascist stands. The papers writes that ultra-right extremists use several websites to collect information on people with anti-fascist stances, among them politicians, experts on extremism, and political commentators. According to Právo, the list includes such people as Prague mayor Pavel Bém, Senate chairman Přemysl Sobotka, the head of the Communist Party Vojtěch Filip, and a number of political scientists, journalists and news photographers.