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January 05, 2014
Jozef Bartos (R), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that...
CIERNY BALOG, Slovakia
Jozef Bartos, a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that has...
Jozef Bartos (R), a 20-year-old Roma, is pictured with his wife, child and mother in their shack that has no running water or sewerage in Cierny Balog December 11, 2013. The people of this peaceful village at the foot of the Slovak mountains vented their anger by electing as their regional governor a man who calls his Roma compatriots "parasites" and admires a wartime figure who collaborated with the Nazis. Marian Kotleba's landslide victory in November exposed pent-up frustration over unemployment and neglect by mainstream parties, together with a deep-seated animosity towards the Roma, factors that have built support for extremist politicians in Slovakia and elsewhere in central Europe. Bartos fears Kotleba's victory might lead to trouble. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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