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December 2005
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Dec2005, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p7
Country Report
Country Report
Reports on a dispute between Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus and Prime Minister Jiri Paroubek over the appointment of a new health minister after the dismissal of Health Minister Milada Emmerova, as part of the restructuring of the Health Ministry in 2005. Reason for the decision of Klaus to reject Paroubek's nomination of David Rath as the new health minister; Implication of the dispute for the country's leaders; Views on Paroubek bulldozer political approach.


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