by Jan Čulík The Czech Parliament has now appointed seven, out of nine, members for the new Council for Czech Television, along strictly partisan lines. It would appear that these days, Czech politics predominantly revolves around a struggle to control the public service media. The ruling Social Democratic Party is presently in an informal coalition […]

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