How did Fiala government perform in first 100 days?
How have Czech PM Petr Fiala and his ministers done during the traditional first 100 days bedding-in period? That’s a question I put to pundit Petr Just.
New government media advisor: “Disinformation isn’t covered by freedom of speech”
For the first time ever, the Czech government has a special representative for media and disinformation. His name is Michal Klíma. We asked him what will be his task.
Could war on Ukraine impact Czech presidential elections?
Could Russia's war on Ukraine impact the biggest event in Czech domestic politics this year, campaigning for January’s presidential elections?
Czech municipalities, whose money is frozen in Russian bank, ask state for help
Many regional and municipal administrations in the Czech Republic have lost access to their money since Sberbank lost its license after the invasion of Ukraine.
Czech Army registers tenfold increase in active reserves applications since Ukraine invasion
Applications to join the Czech Army’s active reserves have grown tenfold since Russia invaded Ukraine three weeks ago.
Ukrainian refugees arriving by the thousands at Prague's main train station
Since the start of the Russian aggression in Ukraine close 200,000 refugees, mainly old people, women and children, have found their way to the Czech Republic.
State awards ceremony at Prague Castle overshadowed by Czech president’s previous pro-Putin stance
On Monday hundreds of guests are expected to gather at Prague Castle for an awards ceremony which will see state honours handed out for the first time since 2019.
Czechs declare “state of emergency for Ukrainian war refugees”
A state of emergency starting on Friday is intended to help the Czech authorities accelerate the process of welcoming thousands of Ukrainian refugees.
First Czech female general: In the army you never accomplish anything just by yourself
This February marks 80 years since the Czechoslovak Army started to enlist women in its services. Today, there are two female generals serving in the Czech military.
Government to cut StB pensions – but calls made to aid victims more
The government plans to cut the pensions of senior communist-era secret police officers. Calls have also been made to ensure their victims have comfortable retirements.
Czechia: Hotels and restaurants will soon be open to all, mass testing to end on February 18
As more and more countries in Europe prepare to return to a normal life, pressure has been mounting on the Czech government to follow suit.
Chamber of Deputies votes on controversial amendment to Pandemic Law
A controversial amendment to the Czech Republic’s Pandemic Law is being discussed in the Chamber of Deputies.
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