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Hundreds of people assembled on the afternoon of 17 November 2016 on Hradčanské náměstí in Prague, where the organizers convened an assembly against populism and the politics of Czech President  Miloš Zeman. (PHOTO:  ČTK)
Hundreds of people assembled on the afternoon of 17 November 2016 on Hradčanské náměstí in Prague, where the organizers convened an assembly against populism and the politics of Czech President Miloš Zeman. (PHOTO: ČTK)

2016 saw Czech President's convergence with China and with Trump

2.1.2017 7:26 The last year of Czech President Miloš Zeman's foreign policy agenda was characterized by further rapprochement with China, supporting US president-elect Donald Trump and fewer trips abroad than in past years. He did not avoid controversies, such as when he openly supported particular candidates running for president in both Austria and the USA.  full story

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video30 000 assemble on Prague's Wenceslas Square to celebrate 17 November - VIDEO

18.11.2016 19:58 As many as 30 000 people set off alarm clocks yesterday on Prague's Wenceslas Square during the celebrations of the anniversary of the beginning of the fall of state socialism in the former Czechoslovakia. The alarm clocks were supposed to symbolically wake civil society from its sleep, according to organizers of the "happening".  full story

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Czech actors and theater producers say political elites are failing the country

26.10.2016 16:18 The Association of Professional Theaters and the Actors' Association in the Czech Republic have issued a joint declaration called "We Cannot Stay Silent" in which they sharply criticize the behavior of the country's political elites. Czech President Miloš Zeman is the main target of their criticism.  full story




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