Czech party to pull out of gov't, threatening its survival

By REUTERS
December 20, 2012 19:25

 
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PRAGUE - A junior party in the Czech center-right coalition called on its ministers to quit the government on Jan. 10 after a row with Prime Minister Petr Necas, threatening the cabinet's survival, the LIDEM party's chief Karolina Peake said on Thursday.

The new crisis in the government comes after Necas fired Peake as defense minister earlier on Thursday, just a week after she took office.

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