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Barbara Bindasová

Beauty by Blueprint - Part II

By Barbara Bindasová, Jacy Meyer, Joann Plocková | Prague Daily Monitor |
18 Sep 2009

Introducing Zdeňka Imreczeová and three other promising young Czech fashion designers from Sistersconpiracy and Annalog.

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Commentariat: Law Faculty in Plzeň and the state of the country

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
12 Oct 2009

A scandal at the Law Faculty in Plzeň raised a number of questions that go beyond this particular case and address the state of affairs of the Czech Republic more generally. Does the case mirror Czech society?

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Commentariat: Last man standing

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
5 Oct 2009

President Václav Klaus could be the last obstacle to the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty. What exactly are his objections and what lies behind them?

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Austerity package drama

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
29 Sep 2009

ČSSD leader Jiří Paroubek has been changing his mind on a daily basis yet in the end he did support the austerity package he fought against.

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

No radar for the Czechs

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
21 Sep 2009

The US administration withdrew its plans to place a radar base in the Czech Republic. Should Russia see this as a victory?

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Cyclists take over – for a day

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Sep 2009

A bike ride through Prague for the sporty ones, coffee, books, music and art for the rest. A streetfair organised by Auto*Mat in Vinohrady.

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Unconstitutional Constitutional Court?

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
14 Sep 2009

The Constitutional Court's ruling managed to unite politicians across the spectrum, including President Václav Klaus in condemning the court's decision.

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Forgive and forget?

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
5 Sep 2009

A tax fraudster remained at high position at Finance Ministry because he saved the state a lot of money.

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Whose baby is it?

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
31 Aug 2009

Justice Minister Daniela Kovářová wants to address the issue of surrogate mothers.

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.

Last week's events – 21 August-27 August

By Barbara Bindasová | Prague Daily Monitor |
28 Aug 2009

Václav Klaus and David Rath write books, Paroubek runs away from the slippers and Igráček announces a comeback.

Barbara Bindasová is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She is a graduate student of literature at Charles University.
You can reach her at barbara@praguemonitor.com. See more of her stories here.
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