2013 saw extremism rising in Slovakia

Politicians should observe a consensus to not let extremists enter into the mainstream, and to not use the problems of Roma living in excluded settlements as a tool to gain votes. But there are strong negative feelings towards Roma among the Slovak population and politicians fear they would lose voter support if they were to a adopt a more welcoming approach to the minority, Grigorij Mesežnikov, political analyst and president of the non-governmental think tank Institute for Public Affairs, said in an interview with The Slovak Spectator about the rise of extremism in Slovakia and its implications for the future.

Read the full interview here.

Categories News, Press, Slovakia | Tags: | Posted on January 16, 2014

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