The police’s organised crime squad raided the offices of the Hradec Králové Region on Thursday morning. The regional governor, Lubomír Franc, told reporters that investigation concerned a deal to renovate a hospital in the town of Náchod. Tenders for the reconstruction project were due to be opened on Friday but that process has been put back by a number of weeks. Mr. Franc said the police had also searched his home. A raid also took place at the head office of the company Zdravotnický holding in Hradec Králové.
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