Michálek demands apology from prime minister over comments

Meanwhile, Mr Michálek himself told Czech Television on Sunday that he expects an apology from Prime Minister Nečas, who called him untrustworthy and slighted him for “running around the ministry for months with a recording device, rather than contacting the police”. Mr Michálek said he was prepared to go to court over the comments. He also shot back at the prime minister, saying he was surprised he had failed to respond in any way to charges of corruption involving his cabinet, add that it called into question his interest in fighting corruption.