PRAGUE, 24 August (WebNoviny.sk) – Czech President Milos Zeman gave a brief comment on the fiftieth anniversary of the invasion of Warsaw Pact troops in Czechoslovakia.
Re-lives the herd
"Those who were affected by the occupation had to talk about the anniversary" named for the parliamentary letters. Protesters shout for Czech radio in Prime Minister Andrej Babiš's speech which he described as "Revolutionary flock".
"As far as I am concerned, I believe that those affected by this occupation should talk about the anniversary of the Soviet occupation" said in an interview for the web, which is considered the largest disinformation site in the Czech Republic. The Czech news portal iDNES.cz informs.
He will not pass on the speech
"For example, the so-called standardization communists, ie people who were members of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia until 1989, have to say that these members had to approve of the Soviet occupation, it is a bit bizarre now that they are speaking to her, which is why I am not with them. have added, " he added. It was clear that the president of the Senate, Milan Štěch (CSSD), had been a member of the Communist Party since 1978 and held his speech on Tuesday.
Zeman had said in mid-August that he would not keep the speech on August 21, 1968. Castle-speaker Jiří Ovčáček added that Zeman expressed his opinion at the beginning of normalization. Opportunities to talk were used by Slovakian counterpart Zeman Andrej Kiska. His speech was also broadcast by Czech television. Also asked the editor of Zeman during the speech of the Slovak president. He pointed out that Vice-President TOP 09 called Markéta Pekarová Adamová Kiska for the shadow president of the Czech Republic.
"Andrej Kiska will voluntarily be the head of Slovakian politics next year and it is therefore impossible for him to be our shadow president, but I am willing to admit that he is the shadow president of TOP 09," Zeman replied.
The ignorance of the nation
Finally, the president also protested at the Russian embassy. The protesters met on Monday, August 20 to disagree with the current Russian politics and pro-Russian speeches about the Czech political scene. Zeman reminded that the occupation in 1968 in Czechoslovakia was not carried out by Russia, but by the Soviet Union, which has already failed. So the Soviet occupation is not threatened.
"Demonstrators who protested at the Russian embassy did not seem to know that fact, which corresponds to the general level of their knowledge," the president concluded.