President Pavel tells government pensioners should not carry buden of economizing alone
Czech President Pavel has signed into law a controversial government proposal to reduce the indexation of old age pensions in June of this year.
New president’s office chief promises greater transparency and openness
Following Petr Pavel’s inauguration as Czechia’s new head of state, the president’s office chief Jana Vohralíková, also assumed her post at Prague Castle.
Petr Pavel sworn in as new Czech president
Retired general Petr Pavel was officially sworn into office as president of the Czech Republic on Thursday.
Petr Pavel’s communication style will be more authentic and open, says expert
While the president’s role is largely symbolic, the way he communicates and presents himself to the public is all the more important, says expert Denisa Hejlová.
End of Zeman presidency ceremonially marked with burning and drowning of effigy
Miloš Zeman ended his term in office at midnight on Wednesday, with the symbolic lowering of the presidential flag. But that wasn’t enough for some Zeman critics.
Petr Pavel to be sworn in as Czechia’s new president
Czechia is set to get a new head of state. Retired general Petr Pavel will be sworn into office on Thursday afternoon.
Czechia's new First Lady wants to focus on single mothers and divorce
On Thursday, Czechia will welcome a new First Lady to Prague Castle – Eva Pavlová. But who is she? And what role does the First Lady play in Czech politics and public life?
Expert: Zeman failed in bid to change Czech politics as president
Wednesday will see Miloš Zeman step down after 10 years as Czech president. But where does he stand in post 1989 Czech politics? And what will his legacy be?
Major battle looming over indexation of old-age pensions
The government's plan to cut the indexation of old-age pensions at a time of soaring inflation has raised an outcry and triggered threats of court action.
Army chief: Czechs must prepare for NATO-Russia conflict
Czech Army chief Karel Řehka said on Tuesday that if there were a war between NATO and Russia the Czechs would immediately become active participants.
Bohuslav Svoboda becomes Prague mayor for second time at 79
Prague got a new lord mayor on Thursday, with Bohuslav Svoboda of the Civic Democrats starting his second term as head of the city council at 79.
Parties sign Prague coalition deal, ending months of stalemate
Prague representatives of the Together coalition, the Pirate Party and the Mayors and Independents signed a coalition agreement after five months of tough negotiations.
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