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Politics

Opposition claims landslide election victory

By Kristina Alda |
Prague Daily Monitor |
20 Oct 2008

The opposition ČSSD crushed the ruling ODS in the October 17-18 regional elections, winning in all 13 regions.

Kristina Alda is the Monitor's managing editor. She likes writing about buildings and public space.
You can reach her at kristina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Obama clarifies missile statement

Washington Times |
4 March 2009

"Russia needs to understand our unflagging commitment to the independence and security of countries like Poland and the Czech Republic," Obama said, after a meeting in the White House with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. (ČTK)"Russia needs to understand our unflagging commitment to the independence and security of countries like Poland and the Czech Republic," Obama says. (ČTK)

US President Obama on Tuesday sought to reassure eastern European allies who have grown uneasy with signals that the new US president may back off of a planned missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic.

New party uses internet to choose euro-elex leaders

Aktuálně.cz |
16 March 2009

The Party of Free Citizens is using the internet to choose their candidates for the upcoming European Parliament election.

Foreign Min: NATO challenges include a confident Russia

EASY BOURSE/AFP |
13 March 2009

The myriad of challenges the North Atlantic Treaty Organization faces today includes an increasingly self-assured Russia, Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg said Thursday.

Poll: Czechs prefer Paroubek over Topolánek

Aktuálně.cz |
11 March 2009

But according to the same survey, 32% of respondents would vote for the ODS, while 29% would vote for the ČSSD.

To Brussels Obama-style

By Martina Macková |
Týden.cz |
10 Mar 2009

KDU-ČSL Ploty. (COURTESY)

The Christian Democrats are planning to post billboards and posters on the fences of their supporters as part of their campaign before the June elections to the European Parliament.

EU urges 'intensive dialogue' between Armenian government, opposition

RADO FREE EUROPE/RADIO LIBERTY |
20 February 2009

Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg has urged Armenia's leadership to engage in an "intensive dialogue" with the opposition to defuse a postelection political crisis, RFE/RL's Armenian Service reports.

What will life after 'Lisbon' be like?

By Lucie Tvarůžková |
Hospodářské noviny |
20 Feb 2009

Czech lower house endorsed the Lisbon Treaty. (ČTK)

The lower house approved the EU Lisbon Treaty on Wednesday. Hospodářské noviny lists a number of the most obvious changes the treaty would bring.

TV broadcast slowed down decision on Lisbon Treaty

E15 |
19 Feb 2009

Ondřej Liška, Miroslav Kalousek (front) in the lower house (ČTK)

Instead of voting on the Lisbon Treaty on Tuesday, Czech deputies tried to use the time to promote themselves in a live broadcast from the lower house.

Heiress wants Prague's Russian embassy back

By Kateřina Eliášová |
Aktuálně.cz |
18 Feb 2009

Russian Embassy in Prague. (ČTK)

The Popper family is asking for the return of its property, which is being used by the Russian Embassy in Prague. The last owner's daughter has already filed two lawsuits against Russia.

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