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November 21, 2017
ČTK Tomas Pajonk, a regional assemblyman in Zlin, south Moravia, became new head of the Free Citizens' Party, the strongest Czech extra-parliamentary party in terms of election results, winning the online vote of the party's members on Sunday,...
November 21, 2017
ČTK Jiri Behounek, governor of the Vysocina Region, announced at the Social Democrat (CSSD) broad leadership's meeting on Sunday that he might run for the post of CSSD head on certain conditions such as the return to high party posts by some...
November 21, 2017
ČTK The Czech Interior Ministry and parliament must react to the flaws in the October general election that the Supreme Administrative Court (NSS) found while checking the election result in Central Bohemia, NSS judge Tomas Langasek said when...
November 21, 2017
ČTK The Czech Social Democrat (CSSD) extraordinary national congress reacting to the party's failure in the October general election will be held in Hradec Kralove on February 18, the CSSD broad leadership decided on Sunday, the party has...
November 21, 2017
ČTK Almost a half of Czechs approve of the post-election steps taken by the victorious ANO movement's chairman Andrej Babis and President Milos Zeman, a poll the Median agency conducted for Czech Radio has shown. read more
November 21, 2017
ČTK President Miloš Zeman, who starts a visit to Russia on Monday, is known for his positive approach to Russia and its President Vladimir Putin, but on some occasions the Czech cabinet warned that Zeman's views on events involving Russia go...
November 21, 2017
ČTK President Milos Zeman, who seeks re-election in January, would gain 41.5 percent of the vote if the election were held now, followed by former Science Academy head Jiri Drahos with 30.5 percent and lyricist Michal Horacek with 16.5 percent,...
November 21, 2017
ČTK Czech politicians are courting ultra-right extremist parties to gain majority in parliament now, while in the 1990s, the Czech Republic reacted to racist incidents by "a revolt of decent people," the Spiegel Online...
November 21, 2017
ČTK The Czech Literary Centre, which was opened in January, will bring six foreign translators from Czech and Bohemian studies scholars to Prague and Brno within residential programmes, Adela Galova, from the centre, has told CTK. read more
November 21, 2017
ČTK Most Czech presidential candidates consider the current powers of head of state sufficient, unlike President Milos Zeman, and they would not change the constitution over them, they said in a CTK poll released on Saturday. read more

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