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.
The new bill is supposed to be voted on in the parliament by the end of the week. Meanwhile, students and academics plan country-wide protests against the bill.
Macron and Verhofstadt’s aim in raising the specter of Eastern European populists is to undermine their own populists at home.
The conservative post-moderns do not defend Western culture for its merits. Rather, they deride enemies for their part in a conspiracy seeking their destruction.
To say that the situation of people with disabilities in Poland is difficult is an understatement.
Prague: “By only focusing on the highest corridors of power, the gloriously stupid decisions being made at the local level go overlooked.”