A Czech communist politician, Jaroslav Petelík, has denied having issued a comment on his Facebook profile suggesting the “hanging of right-wingers”, which, along with the “expropriation of entrepreneurs and their families” would improve the situation of most Czechs. Mr Petelík, who serves council member in one of Prague districts and also as an assistant to a communist MP, said it was an attack against him and his party, and accused his political opponents of posting the comment, adding he was going to file a criminal complaint over the issue.
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