Writing about Zeman is about as useful as handing out abstinence brochures in Russia

At the end of last week, the Czechia was excited about the first interview that the President of the Republic Miloš Zeman gave to the radio station Frekvence 1. And although the media lived on it all weekend and this week, it really didn’t make the slightest sense to write about it.

The interview was in its abbreviated broadcast form for just over ten minutes. The unabridged and uncut version that escaped the Internet was almost a quarter of an hour old, but unfortunately it contained nothing spicy except the magic sentence, “Mr. President, if you’d like to end this at any time, say so,” Zeman replied succinctly. ”

But not much was said in the official version of the interview either, the few minutes basically only served to make us realize that Miloš Zeman is really among the living and more vain than ever before. Or that Petr Jablonský has significantly improved in his work since we haven’t seen him.

You will find out why it doesn’t make sense to deal with what Miloš Zeman said on Friday in the new journalist show. Our editorial expert on not doing his job – Jan Studnička – will explain it to you.

Source: Reflex.cz by www.reflex.cz.

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