On October 7, seven months after he left his office, ex-president Václav Klaus will present his new book in which he calls for radical systemic changes in the country’s politics and economics.
According to the ex-president, the EU reinforces all the country’s economic and societal problems by overregulation and killing off national sovereignty. For MF Dnes –
Even though Klaus is a long term critic of the EU, a call to leave the Union sounds quite revolutionary, especially from a man who as Czech PM applied for EU membership in 1990’s.
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