Several hundred people from the Czech Republic and abroad attended a protest gathering at the former Romany internment camp in Lety, south Bohemia, on Saturday, calling for the removal of a pig farm which is located at the site. The protest, which was also attended by Justice Minister Robert Pelikán, was organised by the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement. The Czech Republic has been repeatedly criticised by local and foreign institutions for the pig farm in Lety and the European Parliament urged Czechs to remove the pig farm. The government is still negotiating with the company AGPI, which runs the pig farm in Lety, about its relocation.
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