Updates: 19.01.2021 14:16
Prague – The Chairman of the TOP deputies and former Minister of Finance Miroslav Kalousek today resigned his parliamentary mandate. He did so by making a statement at the beginning of the House sitting. Kalousek has previously announced that he will not run for the lower house in the next elections in October this year.
Kalousek said that all meetings of the Chamber of Deputies will be held as part of the election campaign in connection with the early announcement of elections. He considers it rational and tactical for those Members of Parliament who run for electorate to continue to speak in the debate.
“My 22-year career as an active MP has been completed right now,” Kalousek said. He apologized to those who sometimes felt personally affected by his performance. “Have a great time,” he said at last, and the plenum rewarded him with applause.
Source: České noviny – hlavní události by www.ceskenoviny.cz.
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