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September 24, 2021

Czech PM to reshuffle cabinet in bid to end crisis

The Czech Republic’s three-party coalition agreed on Tuesday to reshuffle the cabinet in a bid to prevent a no-confidence vote by opposition Social Democrats, according to monstersandcritics.com. In the shake-up, announced by Prime Minister Petr Necas at a news conference, Radek John will give up his position as interior minister and take on responsibility for anti-corruption activities. Radek Smerda will assume leadership of the Transport Ministry from Vit Barta, who resigned two weeks ago in a corruption scandal.

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