Monday, 22 January 2018

Politics

Parties granted over CZK 1bn in govt subsidies in 2010

Czech Position |
4 January 2011

State reimbursements to political parties doubled in 2010 but should drop in 2011 due to austerity measures.

Klaus slams greens, doctors in New Year's Day speech

Czech Position |
4 January 2011

While condemning corruption in general, Klaus supported the current ODS-led gov't but expressed no sympathy for exiting doctors.

2010 in Czech foreign relations

aktuálně.cz |
30 December 2010

Looking at what happened in 2010 in Czech foreign relations, one cannot but conclude that the key factor that determined the country's foreign policy has been its geopolitical position of a "bridge" between the United States and Russia.

Economist Jan Švejnar would win presidency in direct vote

Czech Position |
29 December 2010

Median agency poll shows that given the chance to vote, Jan Švejnar would be the people's choice to replace Václav Klaus.

Lawyers make grim assessment of legal progress, poll shows

Czech Position |
29 December 2010

The majority of the lawyers hold the opinion that enforceability of law in the Czech Republic did not improve this year.

Anti-corruption strategy reaps 'pathetic' results

Czech Position |
28 December 2010

If the government's new anti-corruption strategy were applied to the Drobil affair, the result would be poor, the NKÚ's Miloslav Kala says.

Prague mayor defends allegedly suspect CZK 20bn tender

Czech Position |
28 December 2010

The CZK 20 billion tender to renovate Prague's waste water treatment plant is under question in wake of the Environment Ministry scandal.

Hopping on austerity bandwagon: 2010 in politics

aktuálně.cz |
28 December 2010

The late-May legislative election in the Czech Republic took place amid the pan-European debt crisis and "Greek scare", which influenced heavily the electoral campaign.

Interview with First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Jiří Schneider,

Leaders Magazine |
22 December 2010

Interview with Jiří Schneider, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.

No-confidence motion stains PM's image

The Wall Street Journal |
17 December 2010

The no-confidence motion against the three-party coalition government — freshly filed by the largest Czech opposition party Social Democrats, or ČSSD — is unlikely to pass because the center-right government has a comfortable majority of 118 parliamentary votes out of 200. It may, however, shatter Prime Minister Petr Nečas's image of a corruption buster.

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