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April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor President Milos Zeman finished his 3-day visit to Austria on Thursday. At a press conference at the Czech Embassy in Vienna, at the end of the visit, Zeman said that he was very satisfied with the outcome of his trip and...
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor A number of protesters gathered on Malostranské náměstí, outside the Chamber of Deputies, on Thursday afternoon, to shout slogans. The protestors criticised Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) and the current government. read...
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Prime Minister Andrej Babis (ANO) told Television Prima, on Sunday that he would not rule out making changes to his ministers and that he will meet President Milos Zeman to discuss them first. read more
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Jan Jarolím, the long-term Mayor of Prague 9, from the Civic Democrats, won the first round of the Prague 9 Senatorial race, held over the weekend. Jarolím with 24.25% of the vote, narrowly beat scriptwriter David Smoljak (...
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reports that the number of males teaching at secondary schools and conservatories in the country, has plummeted to its lowest level in the last seven years. read more
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Transport Minister Dan Ťok (ANO) told Novinky.cz on Monday, that he will be exiting the government shortly. Ťok said that he had agreed on his exit with Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) and that the PM would decide the...
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reports that Agriculture Minister Miroslav Toman (ČSSD) is alleged to have a conflict of interest, due to a bunch of suspicious land deals made by his father, Miroslav Toman Sr., when Toman Jr. was a Deputy...
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Prime Minister Andrej Babiš will attend an extraordinary meeting of the European Council on Wednesday in Brussels. The meeting, with other heads of EU member states, will discuss the United...
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor STAN, the party of mayors and independents, suggested at a conference in the Chamber of Deputies, on Monday, that the country would be better off if several government bodies moved their offices from Prague, to the regions....
April 21, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor The Constitutional Court ruled on Tuesday that Russian hacker Yevgeny Nikulin's rights had been violated by former Justice Minister Robert Pelikán when he ordered his extradition to the United States in March 2018. The court...

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