A new poll published by the STEM agency has suggested that public trust in the government, its members, as well as and the country’s legislative branch remains low. The poll found that the current government was trusted by only 17 percent of Czechs, 1 percent more than a year ago, while trust in the prime minister fell from 28 to 25 percent. The lower house enjoyed trust of only 18 percent and the Senate 27 percent. The chairwoman of the Chamber of Deputies, Miroslava Němcová posted 39 percent and the chairman of the senate, Milan Štěch, 31.
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