The Bloc Against Islam (BPI) headed by Martin Konvicka and its ally, the Czech Dawn party that is radically against Muslim migrants, have launched their own paper, called Narodni listy (National Paper), daily Mlada fronta Dnes (MfD) writes yesterday.

The paper is published by the Tyneside company, owned by lawyer Jiri Mates, a former close aide to Vit Barta, leader of the Public Affairs (VV) party that ceased to exist in July 2015.

The VV was a member of the centre-right coalition government, headed by Petr Necas (Civic Democratic Party, ODS), in 2010-2012.
Narodni listy has been sold in Prague since the beginning of the week, MfD writes.

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