Poll suggest increasing dissatisfaction with democratic system
The number of those who are dissatisfied with how democracy is functioning in the Czech Republic has gone up, a new survey by the CVVM agency suggests. According to the poll, three-fifths of Czechs are unhappy over the current situation, expressing little trust in the legislative branch and the presidency. According to the survey, 33 percent are satisfied with the current state of affairs, 63 percent are not. Last year, the number of those unhappy with the current system was 10 percent fewer.