President Klaus: Parliamentary parties will have to tone down demands
The five parliamentary parties continue to hold differing views on the country's political future and will have to tone down demands if government negotiations are to be successful. This according to President Vaclav Klaus, after meeting with Communist Party representatives on Tuesday. Following the failure of the Civic Democrats to win a confidence vote for their minority government, Mr Klaus faces the task of entrusting someone to try to form a new government. The Czech President intends to hold talks with each parliamentary party and wait for the results of the second round of the Senate elections this weekend before he makes the decision.