After Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh, now another country Czech Republic is hit by a severe economic crisis.
Thousands of protesters is on the streets against the government.
More than 70 thousand people are came out on the road and demanding resignation from the government.
According to a DW News report, thousands of people gathered in capital Parag and gave an ultimatum to the government to resign till September 25.
These protests in 'Czech Republic First' are being attributed to rising energy prices, Covid-19 vaccination and rising inflation in the country due to immigrants.
The protesters called for resignation of current Conservative government and the current coalition government.
Coalition government is led by Prime Minister Petr Fiala, which took office last December.
Protesters pulled up the government over Ukraine policy.
The demonstration organizers said that the Czech Republic should be militarily neutral and ensure direct contracts with gas suppliers, including Russia.
The demonstration Protesters slammed the government for backing sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine.
They accusing government of being unable to deal with rising energy prices.