Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Politics

Czech minister exits US firm, denies corrupt motives

Czech Position |
6 December 2011

Culture Minister Jiří Besser 'ready to resign' if unethical activity is uncovered regarding his partnership in Florida real estate venture.

Ex-Czech PM 'Topolino' unlikely 'bunga-bunga' witness for Berlusconi

Czech Position |
6 December 2011

Mirek Topolánek is a minor star in Italy due to a nude romp at Villa Certosa, but likely won't be called in defense of Silvio Berlusconi.

Prague ODS head Boris Šťastný resigns

Czech Position |
5 December 2011

Boris Šťastný unexpectedly quits as head of Civic Democrats' Prague branch after meeting with PM Petr Nečas, the ODS chairman.

Gov't, courts up attack on communists

Prague Post |
2 December 2011

Cabinet continues effort to ban party, expose past members and KSČ ties.

'White Gypsy' émigré to Canada forming Czech party

Czech Position |
1 December 2011

'Romani Rights League' founder Eduard Valášek to launch grassroots Czech 'Citizens' Government League' political initiative.

Interview: AmCham's Weston Stacey on public procurement bill, new 'Wings' award winners

Czech Position |
1 December 2011

Daniel Weinhold and Dan Ťok won the 'AmCham Wings' award for helping push MPs to make public orders more transparent.

Prague prosecutor's office continues purge over MUS

Czech Position |
30 November 2011

Clean-out at Prague's supreme state prosecutor's office continues over lax handling of coal miner MUS proceedings; billions at stake.

Industry and trade minister fails to divulge assets

Czech Position |
30 November 2011

Martin Kuba (ODS) was the only one of six new Cabinet ministers who didn't respond to daily MfD's survey on income, assets.

MEP's ties to IZIP 'wider' than admitted

Czech Position |
28 November 2011

MEPs Ouzký and Cabrnoch transferred shares in IZIP this summer to eHI eHealth Int'l; but what of MD Access?

Speculation surrounds fall of Prague's grand coalition

Radio Prague |
23 November 2011

The grand coalition of Civic and Social Democrats at Prague City Hall is about to end, a year after it assumed power. In a surprise move, the Civic Democrats in the capital on Tuesday announced they were leaving the ruling bloc, justifying the step by budget and personal issues. However, the unconvincing explanation has given rise to wide-ranging speculation about the real reason behind the reshuffle.

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