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08 November 2015

Slovak pro-White party sues NGO for anti-National Socialist exhibition

Marian Kotleba's ĽSNS claims World War II photos promoted discrimination 

Bratislava, Nov 7 (ČTK) —The pro-White People's Party Our Slovakia (ĽSNS) of Marian Kotleba has filed a criminal complaint against an exhibition on resistance during World War II that took place in the town of Banská Bystrica in October, arguing that it promoted Zionism which was a crime.

The Post Bellum SK nongovernmental organization that prepared the exhibition rejected the accusation.

The exhibition presented the life story of a Slovak Jewish woman, Štefánia Lorándová, who helped Slovak refugees in Hungary get false identity documents during the war, among others. It included the information that Lorándová was a member of the Zionist movement Hashomer Hatzair.

Kotleba's party argues that the text promotes the Zionist movement and adds that a United Nations General Assembly resolution from 1975 considered Zionism a form of racism and racial discrimination.

Kotleba has been the governor of the Banská Bystrica Region since 2013.