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20:19 – Several hundred people have gone from the South Bohemian building to Cech Budejevic in a procession called "Let's shine democracy." The event commemorates the anniversary of November 17, 1939 and 1989, when people went to a symbolic parade at 17:11. The process was completed in the nearby Piiaris Square, where several speakers spoke with their speeches. Today's event organizers, in addition to a 29-year event, wanted to highlight the current tense political situation.

"Of course we want to emphasize this state too," said Lucas Průdek, director of the South Bohemian Theater. Speaking at Piarist Square were speakers of artists, university representatives or activists since November 1989.

19:42 – An American, Lex Paulson, who participated in the campaign of former US President Barack Obama and the current French President Emmanuel Makron, also participated in the Concert for the Future on October 17th. Thousands of people at Wenceslas Square advise their recipe for a democratic society: "Share what you know, learn best to express disapproval, become a model for others."

Lex Paulson

Lex Paulson

PHOTO: News

19:02 – About 200 people passed from the center of Ostrava in the afternoon. The candle procession was part of Saturday's Day of Fighting Freedom and Democracy and International Students Day. The "Celebration of Freedom" event was prepared by the Ostrava cultural and educational institutions. The procession took place in peace, some of the participants criticized Prime Minister Andrej Babiš.

18:15 – Wenceslas Square in Prague is full. Thousands of people listen to the Concert for the future, despite the winter. Amongst the artistic results, speakers constantly comment on freedom and democracy and express their dissatisfaction with the current situation on the political stage.

In individual performances, people use candles instead of their telephone screens, thousands of mobile devices literally illuminate Wenceslas Square.

Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas Square illuminates cell phones

PHOTO: News

18:00 – The program of celebrations continues on Wenceslas Square with a concert for the future. For example, Tomáš Zima, Rector of Charles University, Ghost of You, singer Vilém Čok or economist Tomáš Sedláček have already appeared. Dinner is accompanied, for example, by actress Iva Pazderková or journalist Jindřich Šídlo.

Concert at Wenceslas Square

17:45 – "What happened in the Narodni trida coincided with November 1939. Again, the police machine intervened against the students and not against the opposition activists," Procopy News historian Prokop Tomek recalls in an interview and stresses that the demonstration November 1989 recalls rumors about the lethal student.

Procopy Tomek – historian of November 1939 and 1989

17:30 – While singing the Czech anthem, people finished a show at the Old Town Square. Above their heads kept the illuminated mobile phones.

Demonstration at Old Town Square

During the demonstration, they were also asked to sign an application for the Prime Minister's resignation, who said he ought to explain the issues surrounding his case.

"We call on all signatories to try to get three more signatures, because if you do, it will be one million," the demonstration concluded.

A demonstration against Prime Minister Andrei Babisa called Demisi was held at Prague's Old Town Square!

A demonstration against Prime Minister Andrei Babisa called Demisi was held at Prague's Old Town Square!

PHOTOGRAPHY: Kateřina Šulová, CTK

17:02 – In the class of people, people symbolically, illuminating the lights, remember the victims of the Communist regime. The candles were placed in the light line and merged into a human chain linking the National Order with a monument to the victims of Communism under Petrin.

People created a human chain linking the National Order with a memorial to the victims of Communism under Petrin on the occasion of the anniversary celebration of the Velvet Revolution.

People created a human chain linking the national order with a monument to the victims of Communism under Petrin.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Josef Vostárek, CTK

16:56 – Due to the large number of participants at the Wenceslas Square concert, the police had to close the squares off the Wilsonova and Žitná streets. There are also entrances from the streets Ve Smečkách and Štěpánská.

16:30 – Concert for the future began at Wenceslas Square. Both musical groups and discussions for visitors are scheduled. The event will take place until 21:30.

The course reached the demonstration in Old Town Square.

The course reached the demonstration in Old Town Square.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Petr Horník, Právo

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

Demonstration at Old Town Square

Demonstration at Old Town Square

PHOTO: News

16:12 – In Lambert, they reminded the fighters about freedom and democracy and the memorial to the victims of communism. Then there was a commemorative course against forgetting the center of Liberec.

A meeting of monuments on the occasion of the anniversary of the Revolution was also held at the Memorial of Communist Victims in Liberec.

A meeting of monuments on the occasion of the anniversary of the Revolution was also held at the Memorial of Communist Victims in Liberec.

PHOTO: Radek Petrasek, CTK

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

Deputy Mayor Jiri Madar (left) and Deputy Director of the Municipal Police Jan Janotný put flowers on the statue of communist victims Olbram Zoubek in the Municipal Settlements in Ústí nad Labem.

Deputy Mayor Jiri Madar (left) and Deputy Director of the Municipal Police Jan Janotný put flowers on the statue of communist victims Olbram Zoubek in the Municipal Settlements in Ústí nad Labem.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Ondřej Hájek, CTK

15:50 – Demonstrations are also taking place in other cities in the Czech Republic. About a thousand people came to a demonstration against Prime Minister Andrei Babi in Brno. Many of them held banners in the hands of Babis as a scam, liar or agent of the StB.

A show of about a thousand people called "The End of a Man's Government Against Prime Minister Andrei Babi" took place in Brno.

A show of about a thousand people called "The End of a Man's Government Against Prime Minister Andrei Babi" took place in Brno.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Václav Šálek, CTK

15:30 – The journey continues through Charles Bridge until the waterfront of Smitana and the National Highway. Demonstrators scream "Demise," "We have enough," and "We belong to the west." But passwords also sound like "Estébé nechceme" or "Slovákům Slovákům".

The demonstration starts at Hradčanské Square. The journey continued through Lesser Town Square and Charles Bridge

15:05 – Meanwhile, supporters of Andrej Babiš began meeting at Klára from 14 noon. There were about four dozen people sitting there.

The supporters of Andrey Babiš created a candle heart for Klára in Prague

About 40 people met at Prague's Clara in the assembly to support the policy of the YO movement and the president and prime minister Andrej Babiš.

About 40 people met at Prague's Clara in the assembly to support the policy of the YO movement and the president and prime minister Andrej Babiš.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Jan Sadílek, CTK

15:00 – The journey slowly to cry "Babiše do koše" moves through Neruda Street and heads towards Charles Bridge.

14:54 – The Mayor of Prague 7 and Jan Čižinský, Deputy Mayor, was also on Hradčany Square. The newspapers were skeptical about the fact that today's new generation does not know what is celebrated on November 17th. "Unfortunately, history is often misinterpreted in our country. There is a particular need for parents to try and tell their parents at home."

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

At Hradčany Square, Prime Minister Babiš's followers met for a march that ends at Old Town Square.

At Hradčany Square, Prime Minister Babiš's followers met for a march that ends at Old Town Square.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Petr Horník, Právo

14:47 – The procession began at Hradčanské náměstí. Thousands of people are protesting against Prime Minister Andrei Babi. They hold a banner in his hands, inviting him to resign. They can be "Eye for Eye", "Crime for Crime", "Bureš za katr go" or "Satane Distance". They also have EU flags. The crowd is accompanied by dozens of police officers.

People in Hradčany Square also disagree with President Milo Zeeman

People in Hradčany Square also disagree with President Milo Zeeman

PHOTOGRAPHY: Petr Horník, Právo

14:45 – "We are not here to say what is wrong, but to say what values ​​to defend," said the organizer of the protests and urged the protesters to behave well in the National Trinity at the Old Town Square.

14:40 "We are here to be together for a decent Czech Republic. We are facing the current rather confused political situation in the Czech Republic." The Prime Minister publicly states that he will never retreat, pushing us somewhere in the Turkmenistan border, "said organizer of the demonstration.

14:30 – Thousands of people met in Hradčany Square and demanded the resignation of Babi.

14:25 – ODS President Petr Fiala had lunch with former dissidents on holiday.

Lunch with former dissidents and people of November's days is already a tradition. I'm glad to talk to these people …

Posted by Petr Fiala on Saturday, November 17, 2018

14:00 – A deafening mask procession called Velvet Lorship was also launched from the Square of the Republic.

"The parade is followed by a variety of political initiatives and societies that use mass masks to create hot topics that have already been dealt with for a long time or that are of concern to them at the moment," organizers said on Facebook events.

On November 17th, the center of Prague passed the satirical mask procession called Velvet Lorship.

On November 17th, the center of Prague passed the satirical mask procession called Velvet Lorship.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Petr Horník, Právo

13:36 – Interior Minister and Interior Minister Jan Hamacek responded to the rejection of flowers in the basket, securing police independence.

"I feel today's very high atmosphere, and this is my duty to commemorate the memory of November 17. I guarantee that, unlike the previous regime, the police are independent," said Hamacek on Twitter.

13:29 – After protests in Národní třída, the demonstration will take place in Hradčanské náměstí. The goal will be the Old Town Square, where their protest will culminate. A similar demonstration will also take place in the Square of the Republic in Prague or in Brno on the Freedom Square in the afternoon.

Assembly at Hradčanské Square

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

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

PHOTO: Roman Vondrouš, CTK

13:20 – Rector of the ČVUT Vojtěch Petráček appeared also in Albert. In his speech, he warned not to associate the importance of the events of 1989 and the transition to democracy. "Sometimes those who win others honor in the name of the struggle for freedom," he said.

On Albert Day, people recalled the anniversaries of the Students' Meeting and the course of the National Order on 17 November 1989.

On Albert Day, people recalled the anniversaries of the Students' Meeting and the course of the National Order on 17 November 1989.

PHOTO: Vít Šimánek, CTK

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

Charles Tomas Zima, Director of Charles University, appeared at the Albert University in Prague.

Charles Tomas Zima, Director of Charles University, appeared at the Albert University in Prague.

PHOTO: Vít Šimánek, CTK

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

The students were singing a hymn to Albert

13:10 – Citizens' leaders, including former Minister of Culture Daniel Herman, have called for a prayer at the National Monument, adding to them a portion of those who are concentrated. Most of them joined the song of the Czech anthem.

The anthem of Narodni trida – November 17th

13:08 – Prague mayor Zdeněk Hřib (Piráti) came to Národní to burn a candle, saying it is a reminder of the "struggle for freedom at the moment of empowering authoritarian regimes."

13:00 – Jiri Ovaccek has denounced citizens who have cast a flower from Andrey Babiš, Tomo Okamura and President Zeman in a basket, as "a fascist rush of a chain".

"It was destroyed and fell on national holidays on November 17. Turn to the memory of students who wanted democracy and freedom," Ovčáček wrote on Twitter.

12:35 – On the other hand, the new and newly elected presidents of the upper house of the Parliament Milan Štěch from the CSSD and Jaroslav Kuber from the ODS were opposed.

Milan Štěch in the National Trinity

12:30 – Radek Vondráček, Chairman of the House of Representatives, did not come to the National Trident or to the Hlávka Hall. His assistant, Novinka, wrote that he needed to change plans for health reasons.

11:30 – Ενώ οι πολιτικοί εναλλάσσονται με την Εθνική, οι μαθητές και οι εκπρόσωποι των πανεπιστημίων θυμούνται κυρίως τον αγώνα των φοιτητών για την ελευθερία και τα θύματά τους το 1939. Από την αίθουσα του Hlávka, μια πομπή πέρασε από το Žitná, όπου οι Vaclav Sedláček και Jan Opletal τραυματίστηκαν θανάσιμα, εκδηλώσεις των εκπροσώπων των πανεπιστημίων.

Έτσι λουλούδια από τον A. Babis και τον T. Okamura κατέληξαν στο καλάθι. Πηγή: Μεγάλα Νέα, Facebook Νέα FTV Prima

Η πορεία των μαθητών πήγε από το Κολέγιο του Hlávka στο Albertov. Στο δρόμο κατευθύνθηκε στην οδό Zitna, όπου ο Jan Opletal τραυματίστηκε στις 28 Οκτωβρίου κατά τη διάρκεια της αντιναζιστικής διαδήλωσης.

Η πορεία των μαθητών πήγε από το Κολέγιο του Hlávka στο Albertov. Στο δρόμο κατευθύνθηκε στην οδό Zitna, όπου ο Jan Opletal τραυματίστηκε στις 28 Οκτωβρίου κατά τη διάρκεια της αντιναζιστικής διαδήλωσης.

ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ: Radek Plavecký, Právo

11:23 – Ο Μπάμπης ήρθε στην Εθνική τάξη για να τιμήσει το μνημείο λίγο μετά τα μεσάνυχτα γιατί έφυγε για τον γιο του νωρίς το πρωί στην Ελβετία. Ο Μπάμπης το έβαλε στα κοινωνικά δίκτυα.

11:03 – Βάλτε τα λουλούδια στο μνημείο του Εθνικού ήρθε και το αφεντικό των πειρατών Ιβάν Bartoš. Ανέφερε ότι δεν νοιαζόταν όταν ο Μπάμπι έβαλε το μπουκέτο. Εν τω μεταξύ, η Εθνική Ημέρα ξεκίνησε μια γιορτή της 17ης Νοεμβρίου που ονομάζεται Korzo National.

Jiří Drahoš στην Εθνική Τριάδα

Tomio Okamura στην αίθουσα Hlávka

Ο Ιβάν Bartos θέτει το στεφάνι στη Národní třída

10:17 – Εκπρόσωποι της αντιπολίτευσης TOP 09, με επικεφαλής τον πρόεδρο του κόμματος Jiří Pospíšil, ήρθαν επίσης στο μνημείο. "Για εμάς, η 17η Νοεμβρίου είναι η ημέρα που η ελευθερία και η δημοκρατία επιστρέφουν στη χώρα μας. Σήμερα αυτές οι αξίες καταπατούνται από τον πρωθυπουργό Andrej Babiš και τον πρόεδρο Milos Zeman. Γι 'αυτό είναι σημαντικό να υπενθυμίσουμε αυτές τις διακοπές ", δήλωσε στους δημοσιογράφους.

"Ο Andrej Babiš φοβάται τους πολίτες, οπότε πηγαίνει το βράδυ. Δεν εγκρίνω τη ρίψη λουλουδιών στο καλάθι, αλλά από την άλλη καταλαβαίνω την αναστάτωση των ανθρώπων ", ο Πρόεδρος TOP 09 απάντησε στην πτώση των λουλουδιών στο καλάθι.

Jiří Pospíšil και Miroslav Kalousek στην Εθνική Τρίδα

10:02 – Η αστυνομία ερευνά την απομάκρυνση των λουλουδιών στο μνημείο της Εθνικής Τρίδας ως παραβίαση της ευσέβειας. Σύμφωνα με τα σχόλιά τους στο Twitter, κανείς δεν έχει κρατήσει ή περιορίσει την προσωπική του ελευθερία.

9:50 – Εκπρόσωποι της ODS ήρθαν στο μνημείο της Εθνικής Τριάδας. Εκτός από τον πρόεδρο του ODS Petr Fiala, ο νεοεκλεγείς πρόεδρος της Γερουσίας, Jaroslav Kuber και Miroslava Němcová, ήρθαν να τιμήσουν το μνημείο. Λίγο μετά αυτά ήρθαν τα λουλούδια και ο εκπρόσωπος του κινήματος STAN Vít Rakušan.

Ο Jaroslav Kuber στο Národní třída

Petr Fiala στη Národní třída

Vít Rakušan στο Národní třída

Miroslava Němcová στην Εθνική Τριάδα

09:42 – Στην αίθουσα Hlávka, οι άνθρωποι υπενθύμισαν το κλείσιμο των πανεπιστημίων από τους ναζιστικούς κατακτητές και το θάνατο του Jan Opletal και άλλων φοιτητών το 1939. Ο πρώην πρόεδρος της Γερουσίας Milan Štěch, νεοεκλεγέντος γερουσιαστής Jiří Drahoš, παρακολούθησε την ευσεβής πράξη.

Ο Tomio Okamura θυμήθηκε επίσης τη μνήμη των μαθητών. Στη συνέχεια έδωσε τα νέα σε μια συνέντευξη. "Θα πρέπει να εκτιμήσουμε ότι, χάρη στις 17 Νοεμβρίου, αν και η πολυισθική ανάπτυξη γίνεται αντιληπτή από όλους τους άλλους, μπορούμε να πούμε ελεύθερα τις απόψεις μας και να έχουμε διαφορετική γνώμη", δήλωσε.

08:45Καλώντας τους "συνεργάτες", οι άνθρωποι καλωσόρισε τους ανθρώπους στους εκπροσώπους των Εθνικών Σοσιαλδημοκρατών (CSSD) με επικεφαλής τον Jan Hamacek. Πριν από τη σφυρίχτρα, η ομιλία του αντιπροέδρου δεν ακούστηκε ενώπιον του δημοσιογράφου. Το "Hanba" και το "demise" ή "η ρωσική κατσαρίδα" συνοδεύτηκαν από το Hamacek ακόμη και όταν έβαζαν μπουκέτα.

Το μπουκέτο ολοκληρώθηκε από τον Πρόεδρο. Τα σκουπίδια περιβάλλουν τώρα τους ανθρώπους. Λέει ότι το μπουκέτο δεν παίρνει πάλι την αστυνομία, όπως συνέβαινε με τα δώρα των μωρών και του Okamura. [celá zpráva]

07:56 – Τα διαφανή στοιχεία εναντίον του Babiš και του Zeman περιβάλλουν έναν χώρο μνήμης στο Εθνικό. "Ο Masaryk έχει φέρει τη Λαϊκή Δημοκρατία μας στον κόσμο, αυτοί το θάβουν", το πιο σημαντικό με τα κινούμενα σχέδια και των δύο πολιτικών. Αλλά επίσης: "Κλόουν του Zeman Putin", "Pinokio Babiš" ή "Ανόητοι του StB είμαστε ντροπή για σένα".

Jan Hamacek στο Národní třída

07:45Ο πρωθυπουργός Αντρέι Μπάμπι έβαλε το στεφάνι στο μνημείο της εθνικής κατηγορίας γύρω στις 1:30 π.μ. Οι άνθρωποι τραβήχτηκαν νωρίς το πρωί και ρίχτηκαν στο καλάθι, καθώς και μια γιρλάντα από τον Tom Okamura. Στη συνέχεια η αστυνομία έβγαλε τα λουλούδια έξω από το καλάθι και τα μετέφερε μακριά.

Κανένα σχόλιο: Ο Andrej Babiš και ο Tomio Okamura έβαλαν λουλούδια στο μνημείο. Πηγή: Μεγάλα Νέα, Facebook Νέα FTV Prima

07:29 – Η πρώτη δέσμη ανθρώπων έρχεται στο μνημείο στη Národní třída.

07:25 – Το πρωί, τα γεγονότα του 1939, όταν οι Ναζί έκλεισαν τα τσεχικά πανεπιστήμια, θα υπενθυμίσουν στους ανθρώπους στο Albert Hall του Hlávka.

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