by Jan Culik On 21 October, less than a month before the tenth anniversary of the fall of Communism in Czechoslovakia, it was reported in Prague that the Czech Communist Party had taken the lead in the opinion polls. According to the IVVM polling organisation, 23 per cent of Czechs would now vote for the […]

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