IDM Policy Paper Series 3/2019
Revolution revisited. Why Czechia urgently needs to complete unfinished business
A small country like the Czech Republic is generally given little attention in foreign media. This situation changed in 2019, when the protest on Sunday of June 23 with more than a quarter of a million people gathering on the Letná Plain in Prague was observed by many foreign journalists from the roof-tops of neighbouring buildings. Exactly thirty years after the fall of the communist regime, the Czech Republic was once again experiencing massive demonstrations. What are the reasons behind and what must be done so that people do not have to fill the streets and squares all over the country again?
More information also in our IDM Short Insights 3/2019: https://youtu.be/vIEoDGTVTRg