Former labour ministry officials facing corruption charges
Former deputy labour minister Vladimir Šiška and the former head of the ministry’s IT department Milan Hojer have been charged with bribery and abuse of office in connection with a dubious public tender. The police suspect Šiška and Hojer of trying to bribe the OK system company with the promise of a 100 million crown public order if they withdraw their complaint against the ministry at the anti-trust office. The two men were detained and briefly held in custody in October 2012. The scandal resulted in the resignation of then labour minister Jaromír Drábek.