Nečas government holds record for most ministerial changes

In terms of personnel, the current government, headed by Petr Nečas, is the most unstable since the creation of an independent Czech Republic nearly 20 years ago. Since the government was appointed in July 2010, a full 12 cabinet ministers have departed. The second most changes were seen in the government of Miloš Zeman, which served from July 1998 to July 2002 and saw 10 ministers come and go.

Author: Ian Willoughby