Despite increasing social dissatisfaction and infighting among the parties in the governing coalition, the Czech parliamentary elections on 31 May and 1 June are likely to produce few significant changes by STEVE KETTLE SINCE THE LAST PARLIAmentary elections in the Czech Republic in June 1992, the country has undergone radical changes – becoming an independent […]

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