The anti-migrant anti-Muslim movements were losing their mobilisation potential and they were disitegrating in the Czech Republic last year, giving way to populists, the annual report of the Czech BIS counter-intelligence service said on Tuesday.

The service did not record any activities of the extremists that might threaten the Czech Republic's democratic foundations.

A considerable part of the activities was taking place online.

The right-wing extreme scene was weakened and authoritarian groups were even more fragmented, the report said.

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