Ministers for the ANO party have launched in-depth audits into public spending at their respective institutions. The second-strongest party in government controls the ministries of finance, regional development, justice, defence and the environment. The audits go back over a period of five years and in addition to checking out past tenders and public spending will present an overview of the ministries’ finances and assets. Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said on Thursday he regretted not having been informed about the decision in advance since the cabinet could have taken coordinated action in this respect.
Czech biochemist involved in developing potential coronavirus treatment
“Einstein in Bohemia” – Part II: how alienation in ‘half-barbaric’ Prague led him to a new theory of gravity, eventual love of a free Czechoslovakia
Coronavirus: Prague Airport designates special gates for arrivals from Italy
Coronavirus: Czechs to convene commission following spread to Italy
Enter the Dragon: Czech glass artworks master Lasvit installs ‘world’s biggest jewels’ in luxury Saipan hotel