Petr Pešek: Football with Prymula or Andrej Babiš’s Double Meter

In both cases, it cost him his job. This time it was a legal event, the participation of a limited number of selected guests was allowed. Roman Prymula, like the others, wore a respirator – unlike Vyšehrad – and a fresh negative test for coronavirus. So far so good and it shouldn’t fit.

So it was a lot for the prime minister to evaluate it. Andrej Babiš behaved similarly to the past. After a surge of criticism in the media and on social networks, Prymuly got rid of the people so that the “righteous anger” of the people would not turn against him either. In addition, the colonel-epidemiologist is not exactly twice as popular.

From the Prime Minister, this may be an understandable move, but it should not fit its double meter. After the mentioned event in the Vyšehrad restaurant, Jaroslav Faltýnek remained the head of the ANO deputies (he only left the position of the first vice-president of the movement, where he still considered leaving). After attending a party in Teplice, he kept Milan Hnilička at the head of the National Sports Agency for the time being, even though he initially called on him to leave (Hnilička only passed his parliamentary mandate). Recently, there were also photos of Mrs. Babišová and their daughter from Dubai – again, nothing illegal, but at the time of the prime minister’s calls for responsible behavior…

Back to Slavia. Roman Prymula, of course, ran a little, no matter how unfair he might feel. It was formally fine, but against the background of the call for a stricter lockdown, it was tactless and, above all, politically tactical. And if there is any other connection with Vyšehrad, it is useless.

And he wasn’t alone in that. Castle Chancellor Vratislav Mynář, for example, also appeared in a varied mix of guests at the VIP tribune, who already has one “coronavirus incision” from participating in the slaughterhouse during the period of restrictions. Or even here a kind of absence of political feeling worked, which is probably not a surprise in this case.

The presence of the head of the Department of Public Health Protection at the Ministry of Health (and the deputy chief hygienist) Jan Marounek cannot be considered ideal either, although even here it is mainly a question of political feeling.

In any case, the way in which the head of Slavia football, Jaroslav Tvrdík, complained is graceful: “It was a moral failure from us.” But those who remember Tvrdík’s penitent departure – even repeated – from the position of Minister of Defense will probably not be surprised.

By the way, Slavia’s match with Leicester was said to have been successful, although it ended without goals.

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