Sunday, 16 December 2018

Politics

Advisor expects Zeman's presidency abroad to be 'very active'

aktuálně.cz |
13 Mar 2013

President Miloš Zeman plans to appoint senior diplomat Hynek Kmoníček as head of the foreign relations department of the president's office.

Miloš Zeman sworn in as president

Radio Prague |
11 March 2013

Miloš Zeman has become president after being sworn into office at a ceremony at Prague Castle on Friday morning.

The new man in the hrad...

The Economist |
8 March 2013

...and the old president's disappointments.

Klaus EU criticism ends as Czech leader exits castle

Businessweek.com |
7 March 2013

Václav Klaus, who refused to fly the European Union's flag above his Prague castle residence, leaves as Czech president today after a decade of criticising the 27- nation bloc.

Former candidates settle accounts

Prague Post |
1 March 2013

Winners and losers of presidential race seek to balance expenditures

Third time lucky for legalisation of prostitution?

Radio Prague |
1 March 2013

A group of MPs in the lower house are drafting a new bill on legalising prostitution – the third such attempt in recent years.

Dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez urges Czechs to keep up pressure on Cuban government

Radio Prague |
1 March 2013

Dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez arrived in the Czech Republic this week on what is her first trip abroad since Cuba's communist authorities partially lifted restrictions on travelling.

The Sudeten German question

The Economist |
28 February 2013

An apology it was not, but speaking in the Bavarian Parliament on 21 February, Petr Nečas, the Czech prime minister, took a step toward soothing persisting anger related to the forcible deportation of millions of ethnic Germans from his country after the second world war. What seems like history is still very much of the present.

ODS chairman on regional tour to drum up support from local leaders

Radio Prague |
27 Feb 2013

The prime minister has begun to take aim at his party’s flagging fortunes which have been on a marked downturn since last year's regional and senate elections.

Support for ruling party sinks to 15-year low

Global Post |
21 February 2013

Support for the ČR's ruling Civic Democrats led by PM Petr Nečas has fallen to its lowest since 1998, a poll showed on Wednesday, taking them below their centre-right rivals and far below the main opposition party. The slide in support shows the centre-right ODS, hurt by a string of corruption scandals and by its pursuit of austerity policies, needs to change to win over voters ahead of a general election next spring.

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