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Politics

Former PM settles into new role

Prague Post |
7 October 2011

Topolánek discusses the agenda he'll push for district heating.

Karel Janeček: 'Václav Klaus gave blessing to theft'

Czech Position |
7 October 2011

Financier and anti-corruption campaigner says President Klaus plays down corruption and denies pilfering of state assets.

PM moving to limit foreign ministry's EU mandate

Czech Position |
7 October 2011

EU affairs and policies are increasingly integral to the domestic policies of member states; Czech PM Petr Nečas looks to set agenda.

Parties, state, 'colonized' by business interests

Czech Position |
7 October 2011

'Colonization' of political parties and the government reaches new heights, speakers at a conference on party financing say.

Klaus 'belittles' Janeček's anti-graft group

Czech Position |
5 October 2011

Why the Czech president called into question the credibility of 'quasi-charitable' anti-corruption foundation NFPK is unclear.

Czech National Bank at center of debate over direct presidential elections

Czech Position |
3 October 2011

Why don't the Social Democrats want the people’s choice for Czech president to be allowed to appoint ČNB board members?

Czech PM creates second 'ideological' foreign ministry

Czech Position |
29 September 2011

Czech political leadership creates curious precedence: two state secretaries for EU affairs, one named by the PM and one by the FM.

Czech KSČM gaining in polls

Czech Position |
27 September 2011

The Communists and Christian Democrats stand to gain the most from the current disillusion with Czech politics, STEM poll shows.

Direct presidential elections: Sorry, maybe next time

Czech Position |
27 September 2011

Despite the appearance of cross-party support for direct Czech presidential elections, key differences are likely to stall legislation.

Czech PM calls for fast-tracking new party funding rules

Czech Position |
27 September 2011

Czech Prime Minister Petr Nečas has called for fast-tracking radical plans to shake-up party financing and election spending rules.

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