Only some 50 people participated in a nationalist protest in the Moravian town of Přerov, even though the local police force expected as many as 300 extremists. Expecting a bigger march through the town, the local police force had asked for reinforcements, including helicopter and mounted units. The nationalist organization Czech Lions originally applied to hold a march through the town with at around 100 participants, but the in the end the march was called off. An even organized to counter the march was attended by around 100 people, most of whom were the local Romany residents.
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