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Grigorij Mesežnikov: Society has the tools to prevent the worst from happening

The Slovak Spectator issued an interview with IVO president on February 2017. 

From the article: "GM: I evaluate positively all statements of any politicians clearly condemning fascism. Unfortunately, in Slovakia, fascism is nourished by various factors, and it has a very concrete expression in the form of a fascist party in the parliament. So a prime minister of a country in such a situation must speak clearly and openly. Unfortunately, it’s rather belated. Although he addresses the topic of fascism relatively often, but always in the historical perspective. Always connected with some anniversaries, like the Slovak National Uprising (SNP) or the Holocaust Remembrance Day. That is when he demonstrates his anti-fascism"...

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