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Alica Heráková: Who are to be our representatives? →

In discussions on the pages of the news server Romea ( www.romea.cz ) on various occasions debate between Roma and pro-Roma activists often returned to the issue of legitimacy - who actually can and should “act as Roma” or “Romanies representative”? Editor in Chief Paul Pečínka (Romano Newspaper) addressed a circle of contributors with a range of issues which can be summarized in one basic question of “who can act for the Roma?”

News Server Romea.cz will gradually post answers to this question by selected authors. The first answer is by Alica Heráková.

Tagged: RromaRomaRomaniGypsyRomeaadvocatesAlica HerakovaCzech RepublicRomany

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