Report: Czech extremists quiet so far this year

The Czech security services say the country’s extremist scene has been calm so far this year and that there are no signs of an increased risk of extremist violence. The information appeared in a quarterly report published by the Ministry of the Interior on Wednesday. The far-right Workers Party of Social Justice made few public appearances in the January to April period, while another far-right group, National Democracy, were also relatively inactive. The most active group on the far left were anarchists, the report said.

Author: Ian Willoughby