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May 5, 2013
ČTK Three-quarters of Czechs think that there are too many foreigners working in the country and the same amount of people claim the employment of foreign nationals deprives Czech citizens of work, said a poll carried out by the agency STEM.
May 5, 2013
ČTK The Justice Ministry Monday announced its decision to scrap the ongoing tender for the supply of e-bracelets for monitoring convicts in home arrest as the supply may be excessive in view of the real number of convicts, and it will put up a...
May 5, 2013
ČTK Three fifths (61%) of Czechs addressed by the CVVM polling institute said they trust new President Miloš Zeman who is popular especially among elderly people, pensioners and left-wing voters, according to the poll conducted in April and...
May 5, 2013
ČTK The dispute between President Miloš Zeman and Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg over the appointments of several ambassadors "may last even one or two years" and an agreement will not be reached soon, Schwarzenberg told Mladá fronta Dnes.
May 5, 2013
ČTK The three law professors who will join the Constitutional Court (ÚS) next week will have to start working immediately because the court has very many cases that need to be dealt with, ÚS chairman Pavel Rychetský told Czech Television Sunday.
May 5, 2013
ČTK Former Czech president Václav Klaus's assistants Ladislav Jakl and Petr Hájek and lawyer Pavel Hasenkopf were the real authors of the controversial presidential amnesty, Vratislav Mynář, head of the office of President Milos Zeman, told...
May 5, 2013
ČTK The Action of Dissatisfied Citizens (ANO 2011) political movement headed by billionaire Andrej Babis wants to lower unemployment, increase solidarity with the weak and cut taxes, a meeting on its future programme showed Saturday.
May 5, 2013
ČTK The government will probably support the plan to commemorate March 7 as the day to remember the victims of Roma persecution during World War Two.
May 5, 2013
ČTK Czech tourists can newly spend three days in Beijing without a visa when transferring flights in the Chinese capital thanks to a new Chinese policy, presented by Local Development Minister Kamil Jankovsky and Cao Pengcheng of the Beijing...
May 5, 2013
ČTK The structure of psychiatric care in the Czech Republic is the closest to that in the former Soviet Union and the Balkans countries, and the most remote from advanced western European countries, Czech experts said in a study that is to help...

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