Monday, 18 June 2018

Politics

Early elections? No one wins

Czech Position |
19 April 2011

It could take far longer to restore citizens' trust in government than the three years the Nečas Cabinet has left to go (maybe).

Anti-corruption Public Affairs 'rotten to the core'

Czech Position |
18 April 2011

Most top managers say Public Affairs should leave the government coalition, but few expressed any real surprise at the recent scandals.

Pension parameters 'not attractive enough'

Czech Position |
18 April 2011

PF KB 's Jirák: The pension reform plan still has too many unknowns, making it difficult to predict how many people will be interested.

Creation of anti-corruption czar could defuse crisis

Czech Position |
18 April 2011

Interior Minister Radek John's rebirth as the gov't 'anti-corruption czar' could take the sting out of the ongoing government crisis

Czech parties pledge to keep govt, but no deal yet

TrustLaw/Reuters |
15 April 2011

Party leaders in the ruling coalition have pledged to maintain their alliance despite a corruption scandal that has brought it to the brink of collapse, President Václav Klaus said after talks on Thursday.

Gov't presses for higher taxes, stronger state

aktuálně.cz |
14 April 2011

The government that deems to uphold "fiscal responsibility and austerity" has shown that it is exceptionally good at increasing taxes as well as the power of public administration.

Klaus won't play puppet to Topolánek-Tluchoř-Langer

Czech Position |
14 April 2011

President Klaus has taken over management of the government crisis and has enough information to know that the affair isn't about ABL.

Christian Democrats may be big winners in gov't crisis

Czech Position |
14 April 2011

The latest round of scandals has a majority of the public calling for new elections and support shifting to smaller parties.

Coalition crisis stalemate deepens

Czech Position |
13 April 2011

Public Affairs (VV) — the smallest of the three parties in the ruling coalition and source of the latest crisis that is threatening to topple the government — has insisted that their official leader, Radek John, remain Interior Minister. That stance gives no ground to calls from prime minister Petr Nečas (ODS) that he be sacked for his close ties to outgoing transport minister Vít Bárta (VV).

Blažek: ODS must get Interior Ministry

Czech Position |
13 April 2011

ODS vice chair says in an ODS-TOP 09 coalition government, his party wants the Interior Ministry if TOP 09 keeps the Finance Ministry.

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