After the recently concluded elections, in which voters redistributed cards and fundamentally redrawn the political map, attention is focused on the increasingly scandalous behavior of the castle apparatus. There are calls to investigate his actions for at least the last month, as there are growing suspicions of several criminal offenses, including failure to provide medical care.
It is not just about arrogant (non) informing the public on the verge of spreading fake news, not about the detailed health status of the president, who is subject to the right to protection of personality, but about his ability to perform constitutional functions, as his health indisposition overlaps with post-election negotiations.
The credibility of prosecuted Chancellor Vratislav Mynář and Zeman’s adviser Martin Nejedlý with unclear Russian trade and political ties is close to zero. This pair of behind-the-scenes scenes without a security check sealed the head of state and threatened to practically usurp his powers.
The communication of spokesman Jiří Ovčáček cannot be taken too seriously. Especially recently, he seems to be completely cut off from reality and what is happening around the president. Ovčáček never took on the role of a subaltern civil servant, whose duty is only to interpret the views of his superior.
His repeated statements that the president suffers only from dehydration and mild exhaustion are undergoing a planned reconditioning, preparing strategies and looking forward to post-election negotiations, his announced and immediately recalled head of state program, and his reluctance to provide credible information.
Zeman’s spokesman was overwhelmed by the ether with nonsense about buns and wine sausages allegedly served at the ARO, which astonished the medical community as well, and ÚVN had to distance itself from these statements, strange private outpourings and provocations. All this just puts under the cauldron of distrust of what is happening at the Castle.
The sad role in this mourning was taken over by the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Radek Vondráček (YES), who thus cut a branch under himself, at least on parliamentary ground. He can hardly think of any parliamentary functions now. On the same day, when Ivana Zemanová publicly appealed to everyone to give her husband peace of mind that he would inform about further developments, Vondráček came up with an incredible story.
“I had the opportunity to talk to the President. He told jokes, he was in a positive mood, “Vondráček confided to ČTK with Zeman’s visit to the intensive care unit. “I guess I’m the only one he’s met, except for the family and the office staff who take care of him. I really appreciate it. He said about the post-election negotiations that we could rely on him. And he said it with his typical wandering smile. “
He immediately revealed the reason for the sudden visit of the President, accompanied by Chancellor Mynár. “It was mainly to rule out any speculation that it was perhaps not his will that he would convene the Chamber of Deputies on November 8,” the head of the chamber admitted.
This action immediately provoked a sharp reaction from the Central Military Hospital. “We confirm that today, unexpectedly and without the knowledge of the attending physician, Chancellor Vratislav Mynář brought the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Mr. Radek Vondráček, to the President of the Czech Republic,” said spokeswoman Jitka Zinke.
According to the spokesman, the president is visited only by a selected circle of people close to him, to whom Vondráček did not belong. “This unauthorized entry is registered by the ÚVN as a so-called adverse event, which will be verified as part of an internal investigation.”
A thorough examination of this guerrilla is entirely appropriate. There was a serious violation of the rules of a top hospital, as unauthorized persons penetrated the guarded workplace of the ARO, where access to the entrance card is limited, in addition to the patient exposed in this way.
Someone had to give them this card without the knowledge of the attending physician, which could lead to a misdemeanor. According to some sources, the illegal visit of the president even numbered five people. According to internal rules, medical staff must be present at the bedside at all times. If so, was he manipulated by the Chancellor?
Chancellor Mynář acts as an untouchable viceroy and Vondráček jumps on his inappropriate game. The goal is to keep Zeman in the post-election negotiations at all costs, which, of course, still cannot be ruled out, but the methods used by the Castle are far beyond the norm and perhaps legality.
Vondráček immediately “improved” his step by saying that at the entrance to the hospital he was picked up by the protective service of the Police of the Czech Republic and led to the president’s room. The police immediately denied his statement. “The President of the Chamber of Deputies was not accompanied by the police to the President of the Republic,” she said on Twitter.
Babiš also spoke. “I do not feel well at all. It is a big mistake of my colleague Vondráček, who did not inform me about the visit, “responded the prime minister, who is waiting for the date of the meeting with the president. Is it possible that Vondracek acted behind his back? Or did Babis only understand that this absurd embarrassment could harm him?
There are more questions about Vondráček’s lapse and he was not the only one remembering his dance on the lectern in the Chamber. He waved the president’s mandate to convene the inaugural meeting on November 8, which is procedurally worthless. According to the rules, the meeting would take place a month after the election anyway.
However, if the president is in such a good mood as Vondráček is vaguely portraying, why not accept Prime Minister Babiš or the leader of the TOTAL formation Petr Fiala, who has a mandate of 108 votes to authorize the formation of the government? This act is much more important than Zeman’s signature to convene a meeting, which will also be examined by experts.
Jindřich Forejt, the former head of the castle protocol, does not spare criticism of the Castle’s practices either. According to him, Mynář only wanted to demonstrate his strength by visiting the president. It is clear to the Chancellor, as well as to Nejedlý, that the post-election weakening of President Zeman, who bet everything on Babiš’s victory, also weakens their influence and business interests. That’s the only thing they’re really interested in, so they’ll fight as long as they can.
Source: Reflex.cz by www.reflex.cz.
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