Thursday, 5 March 2015
Opinion | ČTK

Andrej Babis, chairman of the Czech government ANO movement, either does not see, or does not want to see, what is happening in the East, Petr Honzejk writes in daily Hospodarske noviny (HN) Tuesday, adding that it is difficult to say what is worse.

Opinion | ČTK

The biggest failure of the weekend congress of the Czech government ANO movement is not the herd-like character of the election of its leadership, but the entirely mistrustful game of an established party at a protest movement, David Klimes writes in Hospodarske noviny (HN) Monday.

Opinion | TOL

In defending Russia, the Czech head of state adopts the Kremlin's approach to the facts.

Opinion | ČTK

The Czech housing estates built in the communist period and comprised of pre-fab blocks of flats face a creeping and inevitable decline, and some may turn into social and ethnic ghettos similar to those known from Paris, architect Michal Kohout says in Mladá fronta Dnes.

Opinion | ČTK

The views of Robert Pelikan, 35, ANO's candidate for a new Czech justice minister, provoke fears that law might suffer in the pursuit of his idea of justice if he fills the post, Petr Honzejk writes in daily Hospodarske noviny (HN) Wednesday.

Opinion | ČTK

Playing at the opposition is actually an advantageous game for both the government and anti-government parties and almost each of them can blame all the bad on "the others," Petr Pešek writes about the Czech political scene in daily Lidové noviny (LN) yesterday.

Opinion | TOL

What does a reality show about a Roma class say about the Czech Republic's education system? From Respekt.

Opinion | ČTK

The idea of possibly providing Kiev with weapons has not been tabled by U.S. hawks, but it reflects the ongoing debate of NATO tops, and the Czech Republic should prepare a comprehensible and united stance on it, Daniel Anýz writes in daily Hospodářské noviny (HN) yesterday.

Opinion | ČTK

President Miloš Zeman uses the services of the wisest people of his team not to consult them about various issues, but to iron out the nonsenses that he pronounces, Petr Honzejk writes in daily Hospodářské noviny (HN) yesterday.

Opinion | ČTK

The Czech law on intelligence services is outdated and needs a reform to make the services effective, flexible and controllable and prevent their misuse by political parties, Andor Šandor, former head of the military intelligence service, wrote in Právo.

Opinion | ČTK

Czech President Milos Zeman's statements about the need for an international armed action against Islamic State (IS) strikingly squares with the goals of Russian propaganda, the server of Dennik N writes Wednesday.

Opinion | ČTK

The Czech Republic celebrated 25 years from the fall of its communist regime in 2014, yet no museum of or memorial to totalitarianism has been opened in the country so far and none of the planned projects has been launched, daily Mlada fronta Dnes (MfD) writes Wednesday.

Opinion | ČTK

Czech President Milos Zeman may not be entirely serious about his idea of an international crusade against Islamic State (IS) and he may only want to be equal to the grandeur of the Czech presidential office's founder, Vaclav Havel, Petr Honzejk writes in Hospodarske noviny (HN) Wednesday.

Opinion | ČTK

Prague seems to be dutiful protector of Czech children, fighting for the rights of a Czech mother whose sons were taken from her in Norway, but children are taken from families in the Czech Republic far more often than in other European countries, Respekt writes.

Opinion | The Prague Post

President Zeman's statements lack credibility and are irresponsible, particularly in the context of ongoing education law reform.