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August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Jan Hamáček, Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the ČSSD, the junior partner in the current governing coalition, warned ANO and Prime Minister Andrej Babiš that his party would leave the coalition, if the government...
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reports, based on the latest data from the EU's Copernicus Programme, which is the European system for monitoring the earth, that given the arid, drought-like conditions present on the continent, the Czech...
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor The latest political opinion polls released by the Public Opinion Research Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic for April 2019, indicate that ANO would win the elections, with 32% of the vote. read more
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor The ruling coalition in Prague 4, led by Mayor Petr Štěpánek of the Greens, and consisting of KDU-ČSL, STAN and other independent members, was removed from power, on Wednesday. The coalition had a slim majority with the bare...
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMU) updated its fire warning for the country in light of continued, warm, dry and windy conditions. Conditions are worse in Moravia and the Czech Highlands, and the warning will...
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor President Milos Zeman departed for Beijing on a State Visit, on Wednesday afternoon. The visit, which will last till April 28th, will see Zeman participate in the second Silk Road – Belt and Road Forum, on Friday, at the...
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Prime Miniser Andrej Babis (ANO) met with Alojz Kovsca, the President of the National Council of Slovenia, on Wendesday, in Prague. read more
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Prime Miniser Andrej Babiš nominated former Justice Minister and ANO politician Helena Válková as the new Human Rights Commissioner, according to Czech Television. The cabinet will discuss the proposal next week. read more
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Novinky.cz reports that the Chinese Ministry of Culture has cancelled several concerts and performances of Prague-based cultural organisations in China, in response to Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib's recent meetings in Taiwan and...
August 25, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Vice Chairman of the Social Democrats Roman Onderka told television host Václav Moravec, on his show on Czech Television, on Sunday that he would ask Culture Minister Antonín Staněk (ČSSD) to resign, if he had the choice....

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