DeníkN: Global crises are increasing, the state is returning. However, Czech politicians ignore it

Commentary from our researcher Klára Votavová: The publication of the government's package for the recovery of public finances was preceded by several familiar claims about the exuberant Czech state and high taxes. After weeks of negotiations, Petr Fiala's government announced that it intends to save approximately 20 billion crowns on state operations and salaries for years 2024 and 2025. It is not yet clear who will be affected by the investigation and whether it will be in the form of layoffs or salary cuts for civil servants.

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Het Financieele Dagblad: Why Czechs do not believe in closer European integration?

In their series, the Dutch newspaper focuses on local eurosceptic tendencies in the countries of the Visegrad group. Christian Lassen and Vít Havelka commented on the current state of affairs in the Czech Republic.

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Fundraiser call - Prague European Summit

Prague European Summit is looking for a new fundraiser. Look at the job offer and join the team of Prague European Summit!

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Café Evropa: Asymmetry of salaries in the EU – why are our wages lagging behind?

Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that is part of the series Café Evropa. Our distinguished guests Markéta Adamová and Josef Středula will discuss the following topic: “Asymmetry of salaries in the EU – why are our wages lagging behind?“

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France24: It's a family affair: France 2017 frontrunner Fillon denies phoney job claim

Our Martin Michelot discussed the implications of Fillon's family affair on France 24's daily debate.

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How complaining doesn’t explain the world

Our Head of Research Martin Michelot joins the V4 revue's debate on ‪#‎humansonthemove‬ writing about the changing atmosphere in the Czech Republic: about complaining, solidarity and responsibility.

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