In today's Central Europe Today, Dita Asiedu looks at 'women in politics' and speaks to Jaroslava Moserova - one of the ten female Senators in the Czech Republic, Michaela Marxova-Tominova from the Czech Centre for Gender Studies, Agnieszka Graff - a feminist activist in Poland, Violetta Zentai of the Foundation for the Women in Hungary, and Slovak MP Olga Keltosova, to find out why there are so few women politicians in their countries and how the situation has been developing in the twelve years after the fall of Communism:
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