Info from the mainstream media:
Prague, 30.10.2009 - A demonstration of solidarity with Dutch squatters who feel harmed by the latest Dutch legislation, organised by the Czechoslovak Anarchist Federation (CSAF) and Czech squatters, was held outside the Dutch embassy in Prague this afternoon.
The 30-minute demonstration was attended by some 30 people.
The police forced Czech squatters from a villa they had illegally occupied in Prague in June.
The squatters with sun-glasses and hoods listened to loud music and danced, waving the banner "One step back"
outside the embassy.
The police sealed off the area. There were no conflicts.
The demonstration was prompted by Dutch squatters' protests against the criminalisation of squatting, allegedly passed by the Dutch parliament on October 15.
As squatting is still legal in the Netherlands, the legislation has provoked protests by squatters.
"The new law may cause the destruction of many cultural and social centres as well as criminalisation of thousands of people living in the squats,"
the CSAF's web page says.
Czech report on the CSAF web