Heads of state companies actively involved in securing bribes

According to the internet daily E15 the head of the Czech energy company ČEZ, Daniel Beneš, and the head of Czech Railways, Petr Žaluda, actively assisted the practice of securing bribes for politicians. The police are reported to have tapped their phone conversations with the prime minister’s chief of staff Jana Nagyova, some of which are directly related to the corruption scandal surrounding three former Civic Democrat MPs. The police is also reported to have raided the home of Tomas Jindra, advisor to Trade Minister Martin Kuba and Agriculture Minister Petr Bendl, both from the Civic Democratic Party.