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Outside Looking In: An Interview with Kristýna Kočí

Prague Post |
23 June 2011

It may have seemed impossible just a few months ago, but the storm surrounding former Public Affairs (VV) MP Kristýna Kočí has been relatively calm in recent weeks.

Cabinet approves change to allow direct presidential vote

Bloomberg |
16 June 2011

The government approved draft legislation to allow direct elections of the president, who selects policy makers and appoints prime ministers.

Foreign minister offers Libyan rebels support

Czech Position |
15 June 2011

The Czech foreign minister offered Libyan rebels material assistance and advice on transition initiatives but no recognition for now.

Poll: Current gov't among the 'worst ever'

Czech Position |
14 June 2011

Respondents favored words like 'embarrassed' and 'disgusted' when asked to describe their opinions of the current government.

Schwarzenberg's travels undercut domestic duties

Czech Position |
14 June 2011

As foreign minister, TOP 09 leader Karel Schwarzenberg has spent 96 days on official visits abroad to the detriment of domestic politics.

ČSSD head: New elections are a possible solution to governmental cisis

Leaders Magazine |
13 June 2011

A talk with Bohuslav Sobotka, Chairman of the Social Democratic Party.

Czech MP says her party needs new 'sexy calendar'

Czech Position |
13 June 2011

Public Affair's deputy leader says another racy calendar featuring scantily clad candidates may be needed to boost election support.

Vondra makes key MoD replacements

Czech Position |
10 June 2011

Appointments to ministry procurement functions aim to purge corrupt practices from the MoD; ex-minister Barták claims credit.

Ex-minister Bárta may face corruption charges

Czech Position |
9 June 2011

Czech police ready to press corruption charges against de facto Public Affairs (VV) leader Vít Bárta over 'cash for loyalty' payments.

Public Affairs sets deadline for new Czech coalition deal

Czech Position |
8 June 2011

Public Affairs (VV) sets end-June deadline for coalition partners to meet its demands or says it will walk out of the government.

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