President Zeman on Sunday said he was planning to nominate Radovan Suchánek for the post of a Constitutional Court judge. Mr Suchánek is a professor of constitutional law at Prague’s Charles University, and works as a legal advisor to the Social Democrat party. Mr Zeman said he would nominate the candidate provided the court’s chairman, Pavel Rychteský, raises no objections. The nomination must be approved by the Senate which last month rejected another candidate, Jan Sváček. The Czech Constitutional Court is currently functioning with 14 instead of 15 judges stipulated by the Constitution. The mandates of another two judges will expire later this year.
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