How a Bunch of Alleged Nazi Fanboys Became One of the Most Popular Parties in Slovakia

Far-right Slovakian firebrand Marian Kotleba is anything but down and out, as even local Jews admit. Will another win in the regional vote in November position him for bigger things?

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BANSKA BYSTRICA, Slovakia – Nestled in a valley at the foot of the Low Tatras mountains, this city of 80,000 in central Slovakia is more than just the home of far-right firebrand Marian Kotleba.