In Šahy on extremism in Central and Eastern Europe

The debate on societal factors affecting the electoral behavior of the population and the activities of extremist political parties took place on May 20, 2017 in Šahy in the framework of annual cultural and social event “Meetings in Poiplie (Ipeľ River Bank)”. The organizers of the event were the non-investment fund Seal of the City of Šahy and Minicipality of Šahy. 

This year's discussion was attended by IVO president Grigorij Mesežnikov, independent security analyst Radovan Branik and sociologist Istvan Muranyi (Budapest). The discussion was chaired by Tatiana Wenclová, director of the Secondary School in Šahy.

Citizens of Šahy, who were present at the event, have received IVO publication "The Contemporary Right -Wing Extremism and Ultra-Nacionalism in Slovakia" (authors Grigorij Mesežnikov and Oľga Gyárfášová) as thematic materials for discussion.

The program of the event can be found here: Stretnutia v Poiplí (jpg)

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