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June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor The colossal Invalidovna complex in the heart of the city's Karlín district will be open to the public for the next few months. According to Czech Television, by the National Heritage Institute lent out part of the complex...
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Market research firm Median suggests, in its pre-election opinion polls, that the results for the European Union Parliamentary elections, to be held at the end of May 2019, will depend on voter turnout. If the voter turnout...
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reports that the leadership of the Social Democrats has asked Culture Minister Antonín Staněk to address the chaos at the National Gallery in Prague and at the Museum of Arts in Olomouc. Staněk had earlier...
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) attended an informal gathering of EU leaders in Sibiu, in Romania, on Thursday, May 9th. The leaders discussed the EU's strategic agenda in the coming five-year period (2019 to 2024). read...
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Prime Minister Andrej Babis told Czech Television in an interview that his government would ask for a new role for its nominee, in the incoming European Commission. The new commission will take shape after the EU...
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reported that Jan Munk, the Chairman of the Prague Jewish Community, passed away on Sunday, after a long illness. He was 72 years old. Previously, Munk served as the Director of the Terezín Memorial and was...
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor The latest political opinion polls for the month of April, created by Kantar CZ for Czech Television, suggest that ANO and the Pirates, the two largest parties in the country, have lost some support. read more
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor MEP Jan Zahradil (ODS) told Czech Television on Sunday, that he wanted to see a more flexible, looser and reversible European Union, not one that was telling nation states what to do. read more
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor The Prague Assembly approved the Roadmap for Sustainable Mobility of Prague and the Surroundings, a document with 242 specific measures to address the long-term calming of traffic,...
June 15, 2019
Prague Daily Monitor Another demonstration against PM Andrej Babiš organized by the initiative Million Moments for Democracy is set to take place on Wenceslas Square today. Organizers expect 100,000 people from all over the country to attend,...

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