KURILOVSKÁ, L., ŠIŠULÁK, S.: Extremist scene in the Slovak Republic and current trends
Právny obzor, 99, 2016, č. 5, s. 401 – 420.
Abstract. Extremist scene in the Slovak Republic and current trends. The professional article focuses on current trends and development of the extremist scene in the Slovak Republic, and indicates the strategy of the Government of the Slovak Republic on how to combat such negative social occurrences. The authors characterize the left extremism in the Slovak Republic and its close links to social and class prejudices. Taking into consideration important past events, the authors analyse right extremism from the view of the history. They give their view to the significant and typical sign of left extremism as disseminating the principle of equality and cohesion is, what has an impact on all spheres of life of citizens of the Slovak Republic. Such influences result in bad social consequences which are contrary to the nature of the state under rules of law. The authors describe the primary idea of the current anarchism, as well as anarchistic groups in the Slovak Republic and their activities. A separate part is dedicated to basic priorities, which are practical counter-extremism activities and steps by the Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic and the Police Force carried out to fulfil the tasks defined in the Concept of Measures to Combat Extremism in the Slovak Republic and in the Action Plan for Preventing and Eliminating Racism, Anti-Semitism And Other Forms of Intolerance. At the conclusion, there are outlined possibilities of how to improve and develop prevention in combating extremism in the Slovak Republic.
Key words: immigration, intolerance, extremism, right extremism, left extremism, propagation, anarchism, racism, elimination, concept, Action Plan, Police Force
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