In the Czech Republic, the real problem appears to be the communists, or rather, the spirits of the country’s communist past
Good news: the Czech government backed a bill allowing same-sex marriage. Bad news: it’s only a publicity stunt to cover up for the mess created by the authoritarian government
Miloš Zeman, the president of the Czech Republic, has just burned a pair of giant red underpants at a press conference called for this exact purpose. Meanwhile, Zeman has an even bigger iron in the fire.
While negotiations about a government with the confidence of parliament are still running, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš has been busy removing people who posed potential problems.
Prague: “By only focusing on the highest corridors of power, the gloriously stupid decisions being made at the local level go overlooked.”
It’s done. The votes have been counted, ashes fallen, and blood is being mopped off the floors. The Czech Republic has officially elected Miloš Zeman as its President.
After the complete failure of leftist parties in last month’s Parliamentary elections, Czech journalist and co-founder of A2larm, Jan Bělíček, …