The end of censorship, the rehabilitation of political prisoners and more artistic liberties were just some of the milestones of the ‘Prague Spring’, the ephemeral democratic dream that began 50 years ago in the then Czechoslovakia and ended half a year later when the country was invaded by the USSR and its allies of the Warsaw Pact (except Romania). The process began on January 5, 1968, that is, this Friday marks half a century, with the election of Alexander Dubcek at the head of the Communist Party (KSC) and his dream of a “socialism

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