3 February 2003 The Czech parliament’s failure to elect a new president should not kick off a headlong rush toward changing the constitution. As of today, the Czech Republic has no president. Vaclav Havel’s term in office ended at midnight on 2 February, but the parliament has yet to elect his successor. While it is […]

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