Source Pravda.Ru

Czech communists use erotica to attract electors

The Communist Party of Czech republic and Moravia (KSCM) has another member – Richard Knot, the editor of erotic magazine NEI. Left factions started using the methods, which were not typical for communists before in their pre-election campaign. There are posters all over the Czech republic, depicting a topless girl that is trying to climb a cherry-tree (the symbol of Czech communists). The motto on those posters says: “The fruits of KCSM’s work for all Czech citizens!” Regular elections to the parliament of the Czech republic will take place on June 14-15. Twenty-eight political parties and movements will participate in the elections this year. According to opinion polls, KSCM is one of the four favorites of the pre-election race.

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