Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Politics

Police president slams Interior Ministry's reform plans

Czech Position |
8 November 2011

The chief of the police, Petr Lessy, posts criticism of ministerial commission's proposed reforms on Interior Ministry intranet.

Ministry report charts administration confusion

Czech Position |
7 November 2011

Report about administation leaked from the Interior Ministry paints bleak picture of official confusion, obstruction, and lack of clarity.

Gov't public tender bill clears lower house

Czech Position |
7 November 2011

One of the government's flagship anti-corruption measures, a new bill on public tenders has been approved by the lower house of parliament.

Klaus bags 'Politico Fat Cat of the Year' award

Czech Position |
7 November 2011

President Václav Klaus wins 'Politico Fat Cat of the Year' poll; 'Pigsty of the Year' award goes to Prague City Council grand coalition.

Billionaire Babiš launches political initiative

Czech Position |
7 November 2011

Andrej Babiš says that among current MPs and Senators are 'decent people' who would like to participate in his ANO2011 movement.

Audit exposes 'gross misspending' by Interior Ministry

Czech Position |
7 November 2011

Full audit of Interior Ministry spending reveals orders were divided in order to avoid having to call public tenders.

Czechs raise Russian helicopter pilot training as US radar substitute

Czech Position |
7 November 2011

Czech PM proposes to train NATO pilots on Russian Mil helicopters at LOM airfield, but Czech military reportedly wants to offload its Mils.

Trade minister refuses to say where his mother got CZK 16m for dodgy deal

Czech Position |
7 November 2011

Martin Kocourek reportedly advised his mother to invest with the dubious Czech brokerage Key Investments, now under investigation.

Temelín tops Nečas' D.C. agenda

Prague Post |
4 November 2011

PM talks nuclear tender in meetings with Obama, others.

News analysis: Presidency is a bargaining chip

Prague Post |
4 November 2011

Indirect vote makes post a part of parliamentary intrigue.

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