The former prime minister, Petr Nečas, has divorced his wife Radka, to whom he was married for 27 years. The couple’s relationship became highly publicized in the past couple of months, after the police accused Mr. Nečas’s former chief-of-staff Jana Nagyova of ordering the military intelligence service to spy on his then-wife. In July, Mrs. Nagyova and Mr. Nečas officially announced that they have been in a relationship. Petr and Radka Nečas have four children together, two of whom are minors.
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