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As evidence mounted that the express train of Czech reform could use a few course corrections, Czech politics hit a deadlock. Parliamentary elections produced a weak minority government, Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus seemed unable to accept the lessons voters gave him, and President Vaclav Havel – the only figure with the authority to moderate between […]