iROZHLAS weekly: overview of the past week | iRADIO

iROZHLAS weekly: overview of the past week | iRADIO
iROZHLAS weekly: overview of the past week | iRADIO
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We started the working week at the Castle with a balance interview with Petr Pavlo – and we also end it there, specifically in the Office of the President of the Republic. In the meantime, however, on the iROZHLAS.cz website, we also looked, for example, at the court, in Central Asia, but also under the hood of the upcoming completion of Dukovan. Dear readers, we bring you a selection of what our reporters have been working on this week. Enjoy reading!



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8:00 a.m February 3, 2024

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Students bid farewell to the memorial fire that burned for the victims of the December shooting on Prague’s Palach Square in front of the Faculty of Philosophy building. A number of them threw their messages into the flames. Some on paper, others on sticks, which the organizers prepared for this purpose on the last day Photo: Zuzana Jarolímková | Source: iROZHLAS.cz

Texts on the website iROZHLAS.cz

The end of Chancellor Jana Vohralíková at the Castle was not as sudden as one might think. Reporters Martin Storkán and Tomas Pika with the help of their castle sources, they described how and since when the exchange at the head of the Office of the President of the Republic was planned.

What does glass putty have to do with machine tools? For example, an increase in exports to Central Asian countries by literally tens of thousands of percent. Foreign reporter Anna Urbanová looked at suspicious deals in which Central Asia can only be a sort of “way station” because their final destination is actually sanctions-ridden Russia.

Impossible not to punish with prison. Such a conclusion was made by the district court regarding the prospects for correction of a woodcutter who raped his underage stepdaughter for two years. The first-instance judgment, which contrasts quite sharply with the judgment of the appellate court, which only gave the man a condition, was carefully studied and the most fundamental part was extracted from it again by a colleague Tomas Pika.

And the trial once more. Vit Kubant follows the case of Robert Tempel, originally sentenced to life imprisonment, who was released from prison after twenty years following the intervention of the European Court of Human Rights. Tempel now wants eighty-six million in compensation, and in court he described the consequences of his imprisonment.

Four instead of one. The government unexpectedly came up with a request for the construction of additional nuclear reactors, but at the same time excluded the American Westinghouse from the competition. What you would like to know, but are afraid to ask, was asked and immediately answered by the economic analyst of Czech Radio Jana Klímová.

What was the most read during the week?

  1. They bought a ticket in the app, but still got a fine. ‘Protection period against misuse,’ explains Praha
  2. Judges are protesting the slowdown in salary growth. Some want to defend themselves with lawsuits
  3. The police already confiscated 80 people’s driving licenses in January. The new penalty comes for ‘extreme’ speeding

For fans of the spoken word

Even this week, we will not leave you without recommendations of Czech Radio programs and podcasts.

iROZHLAS.cz wishes you a pleasant weekend and a good start to the new week

Nela Vejvodová

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