In Brussels on Saturday, December 17, police arrested approximately 70 members of anti-fascist demonstrations.
As reported by RTBF, the protesters were opposed to the Congress of the European movement, the Alliance for peace and freedom, which unites several European nationalist parties.
“We cannot allow the openly racist party and the Nazis were moving freely in the capital of Europe”, – explained the demonstrators.
According to the newspaper, the anti-fascist protest escalated into riots, protesters smashed bus stops and a window of a Bank. The police had to intervene in the riots, as a result, about 70 demonstrators were arrested.
Earlier it was reported that on 17 December in Warsaw continued the protests of the Polish opposition due to the fact that the ruling party postponed the vote on the budget outside of the main chamber of the Sejm, and also restricted the access of journalists to the sittings of Parliament.
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