According to its candidate for Prime Minister Peter Fiala of the DDP, the alliance of SPOLU (ODS, KDU-ČSL, TOP 09) and PirSTAN is ready to take over the powers of the outgoing government immediately.
Fiala said on Tuesday that she would submit a full list of nominees for ministers to President Milos Zeman on Wednesday. This was reported to the Czech news server Novinky.cz
“We are ready to assume the immediate responsibility of the government of this country,” Fiala said after the negotiations of the emerging ruling coalition, “We are in a dangerous situation… there must be a government that depends on the majority in the House of Representatives.”
Meeting with Zeman
So he has a meeting with Zeman scheduled for Wednesday. “I will present to him a proposal to the members of the new government,” Fayala said.
For example, Zbyněk Stanjura (ODS) will write as finance minister or Marian Jurečka (KDU-SL) as head of the new government’s Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Novinky.cz writes.
The Ministry of the Interior is expected to be headed by the Chief Mayor and Independents, Vit Rakochan, and the Ministry of Regional Development will be responsible for the head of the pirate, Ivan Bartosz, and Vlastimil Valek from the top 09 should become the Minister of Health.
The first coalition conflict
The first coalition dispute arose ahead of Tuesday’s meeting, when Pirates’ Olga Rekhterova told News that some of the candidates for ministers in the TOTAL coalition were not acceptable to her party and wanted to limit themselves against them. This drew criticism from South Bohemia Governor Martin Koba and KDU-ČSL Vice President Jan Bartošek.
Richter declined to give specific names, but the controversy appears to be related to the attorney general’s nominee, Pavel Blachik, of the ODS, according to news reports.
At the inaugural meeting held last week, members of the newly elected lower house of the Czech parliament chose Marketa Bikarova Adamova as their chairperson. Coalition candidate TOTAL Pekarová Adamová (Top 09) received 102 parliamentary votes out of 122 cast in the secret ballot on Wednesday.
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