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Czech government to face confidence vote August 7: source

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech parliament will hold a vote of confidence on August 7 in the new leftist cabinet, formed by allies of President Milos Zeman, a parliamentary source said on Wednesday.Full story

Czech politicians escape graft charges thanks to immunity

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The senior Czech prosecutor withdrew bribery charges against three former members of parliament on Friday on the grounds they had immunity, weakening a wider case against corruption that led to the fall of Prime Minister Petr Necas. Full story

Czech parliament rejects early election plan, standoff to last

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech lower house of parliament rejected a motion on Wednesday to dissolve itself and force an early election in September, setting up more months of political uncertainty. Full story

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Newly appointed members of the Czech government pose for a group photo after the cabinet's inauguration at Prague Castle July 10, 2013. REUTERS/Petr Josek

Czech President Milos Zeman and PM Jiri Rusnok arrive to pose for a group photo after the cabinet's inauguration at Prague Castle in Prague
Czech President Milos Zeman and PM Jiri Rusnok arrive to pose for a group photo after the cabinet's inauguration at Prague Castle in Prague

Czech Republic's President Milos Zeman and Prime Minister Jiri Rusnok arrive to pose for a group photo after the cabinet's inauguration at Prague Castle in Prague July 10, 2013. REUTERS/David W Cerny

Czech Republic's President Milos Zeman and newly appointed members of the government pose for a group photo at Prague Castle in Prague
Czech Republic's President Milos Zeman and newly appointed members of the government pose for a group photo at Prague Castle in Prague

Czech Republic's President Milos Zeman and newly appointed members of the government pose for a group photo at Prague Castle in Prague July 10, 2013. REUTERS/David W Cerny

Czech businessman Roman Janousek walks to a limousine in Prague
Czech businessman Roman Janousek walks to a limousine in Prague

Czech businessman Roman Janousek walks to a limousine in Prague, in this June 2013 file photo. During a series of raids in June that led to the arrests of then Prime Minister Petr Necas' aide and others, police searched, among other places, the homes and offices of two men: Janousek and Ivo Rittig.