The Czech communist party has been working hard to change its image since 1989, when the student-led Velvet Revolution ended the forty-year reign of the communist party over Czechoslovakia. The party changed its name in 1989 to the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM) and began the long road to recovering support from disillusioned Czechs. Today, the communist party is the third most popular party in the Czech Republic.
This video is part of a larger body of work entitled, Tweny Years After: the Czech Experience, and is published at the Argus, the online visual journalism magazine at QCA, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia. If you would like to see more from this feature or this photojournalist, please visit the Argus.
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