Monday, 25 June 2018

Politics

Czech MPs strip David Rath of immunity

Czech Position |
6 June 2012

Ex-Central Bohemia governor David Rath has accused the government of framing him as part of a political vendetta.

Okamura to run for Czech Senate as independent

Czech Position |
5 June 2012

Tomio Okamura, a popular public figure, to run for the upper house of Parliament from Zlín, where his mother is from.

Klaus shuns Rio summit

Prague Post |
1 June 2012

Instead, climate change skeptic hosts pro-fossil fuel meeting

Gov't has plan for Greek collapse

Prague Post |
1 June 2012

Nečas talks contingency for increasing eurozone turmoil

Is Rath corruption case a landmark?

Prague Post |
1 June 2012

Some view prosecution as a turning point, but past failures linger.

8th Communist Party Congress: No red threat to the Czech Republic

Czech Position |
1 June 2012

Communist Party ready to gamble on attracting protest voters uninterested in its ideology, keen on uncompromising opposition.

Gov't agrees to scrap 'bearer shares'

Czech Position |
31 May 2012

The government has proposed clamping down on anonymous ownership of companies through the controversial use of "bearer shares"; if signed into law, the draft proposal agreed by the cabinet yesterday would require the beneficial owners of firms to register them with the stock exchange or financial offices. According to a report by ČEKIA, as of the end of 2011, the true ownership of more than half of all joint stock companies in the country was masked through bearer stock.

Why are politicians covering up over Key Investments?

Czech Position |
31 May 2012

The criminal and investigative balance from the Key Investments scandal suggests the real power brokers are keeping the lid on it.

Poll: Dienstbier most popular politician

Czech Position |
30 May 2012

Over half of Czechs have a favorable opinion of the Social Democrats' (ČSSD) presidential candidate, latest STEM poll shows.

Billionaire's new party ANO 2011 in recruitment drive

Czech Position |
30 May 2012

After officially registering as a new Czech political party, Andrej Babiš's ANO 2011 is looking to sign on new members.

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