Former Civic Democratic party leader and prime minister Petr Nečas, who resigned from office amidst a corruption scandal last June works as a consultant for billionaire and developer Pavel Sehnal, owner of SPGroup financial group, the daily Lidové noviny reported on Tuesday. The information was confirmed by Mr. Sehnal who told the paper they had been cooperating for some time. He said he employed the former prime minister as an expert on state administration.
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