Czechs mount huge rally against budget cuts


Tens of thousands of people rallied in the Czech capital on Saturday to protest government reforms and austerity cuts in one of the biggest anti-government demonstrations here since the collapse of communism almost 23 years ago. The protesters from all over the country urged the government to abandon the cuts and resign. They also are demanding early parliamentary elections. Blowing vuvuzelas and beating…

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