by Ken Varnum THE CZECH REPUBLIC'S electoral process has entered the Information Age. More than half of the parties on the ballot for the upcoming parliamentary elections (to be held 31 May-1 June) have published information about themselves on the World Wide Web. Video On Line (VOL), an Internet service provider, offered free space on […]

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