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Michal Martin cernyIt concerns Radio Frekvence 1, belonging to Daniel Křetínský (also owned by the renowned French daily Le Monde) and Xaver TV by the owner Luboš Xaver Veselý, a corrupt servant of power structures and a current member of the Council of Czech Public Television. He was also invited to the recent celebration of the 80th birthday of President Václav Klaus at Prague Castle…

I will not discuss this purposefulness and confusion of the public for the purpose of my property and professional liquidation. I will just remind the person of Martin Michal, who illegally uses the legal title, standing in the background of everything. He has good contacts with the tabloid media, politicians and the Czech judiciary, which he uses for my liquidation as property and professional. He is a convicted multiple liar, fraud, fornicator, international criminal and psychopath. He embezzled hundreds of millions of crowns, he is in execution about 20 million crowns, no one solves it. His son was involved in billions in tax fraud in fuel stores. He was sentenced to 8 years unconditionally (I helped the police with the investigation). The court did not decide at all, where did the billions go ?! He confiscated from the offenders only a negligible part of their property. Money has once again shown its unlimited power. Convicts will serve a few years, will be released prematurely for good behavior and enjoy stolen money…

Tempel Robert a policieOn June 17, 2021, MP Pavel Jelínek gave an oral interpellation to the Minister of Justice JUDr. Maria Benešová, how is it possible that after the judgment of the ECtHR (June 25, 2020), Robert Tempel was not released immediately and is still in prison in Mírov? "Is the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic resolving this," should the Minister answer? (The wall record is not yet on the Chamber's website)…

The two correspondents of the Constitutional Court allegedly are working intensively on the case, saying that it was too complicated? Judge of the High Court in Prague JUDr. Jiří Lněnička, nicknamed the "Pankrác executioner" by the prisoner, should even have refused to send all the documents to the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic ?! A total of 45 pages, testifying to Templar's innocence, should have disappeared from the file ?! Appeal of the Czech Republic, resp. The MsP to the ECtHR was purely purposeful. He knew he had no chance. He just wanted to buy time. The ECtHR also returned it very quickly (in 6 weeks). The Constitutional Court has annulled its findings twice already! In fact, Robert Tempel is not at all convicted. By the way, the constitutional judge JUDr. Tomáš Lichovník is one of the judges who refused to acknowledge the delays in Robert Templ's proceedings, so he is certainly "impartial". He will certainly be "motivated" to correct his professional and moral failure "as quickly as possible". He once said, "We do not compensate criminals, mobsters and assassins." Indeed, the Constitutional Judge-Rapporteur is in the right place! Doesn't it hate, when, according to the possible character or membership in a group, he anticipates and condemns in advance without evidence ?! Where did the equality of all citizens remain before the law, when constitutional judges are to be unquestionable and exemplary personalities in all respects ?!

Chaloupkova a Hallyu 2015Interesting and instructive reading. Previously, these values ​​were "written" into the souls of civil servants through education and training, they did not need to be read and were, of course, observed. Today, they have to write for civil servants, are not observed by them and are flagrantly abused. There are two types of civil servants - at work and at office. The sekond one are dangerously increasing, as are the nonsensical laws and measures that these officials produce all over the world. As a result, these laws do not serve the country and decent citizens, but crime and corrupt structures. No wonder the Whistlebower Protection Act has not been passed for years. Diplomat Dr. Jana Chaloupková is in danger of losing her job after 28 years, great for our country (she speaks 12 languages!). The Witness Protection Act did not protect her, but the criminals in the background. How long will our country be able to afford to liquidate the best of us in this way just because they have worked honestly, served the country, and would like to continue their work and service to the country? J.Š.

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Until 2014, the Czech Republic was the last EU member state with no specific regulation of civil service. Although a law which was meant to ensure professionalization and independence of the Czech civil service was passed by the Czech parliament in 2002 within a package of measures required for the Czech Republic’s accession to the European Union, its entry-into-force date was repeatedly postponed and the act never became legally effective. It was or so it seems the threat from Brussels that it would freeze drawing of EU funds until the regulation of civil service is successfully adopted which eventually moved the Czech government into action. The new Civil Service Act no. 234/2014 Coll. was adopted at the end of 2014, replacing its predecessor the Act no. 218/2002 Coll., on Civil Servants, from 2002. With the new Act entering into force on January 1, 2015, the 12 years of haggling over the Czech civil service legal regulation ended; however, only a limited number of the Act’s provisions had been put into practice by that time. This briefing summarizes the current state of implementation of the new Act, assessing the extent to which the new legislation and practice fulfil the conditions of the Partnership Agreement and achieve the goal of depoliticization and professionalization of the Czech civil service. The briefing is published at a time when the OGP evaluation is about to be released, and while the neighbouring Slovakia is undergoing a process of amending its existing cvil service regulation.2 It can komplement and “shadow” the upcoming OGP evaluation, and can also provide relevant information for the second EU Anti-corruption report which is due in early 2016. …

22/06/2017 – The Czech Republic must strengthen its efforts to detect, investigate and prosecute foreign bribery.  Seventeen years after ratifying the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, the Czech Republic has yet to prosecute a case involving the bribery of foreign public officials. This is a cause for concern, especially considering the export-oriented nature of the Czech economy, which includes high-risk sectors for bribery including machinery and defence materials. A new OECD report therefore focuses on identifying solutions to meet these challenges.

The Working Group on Bribery has just completed its Phase 4 evaluation on the Czech Republic’s implementation of the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions and related instruments. The report highlights the Czech Republic’s strong determination to improve its system for combating foreign bribery. It also identifies several law enforcement practices or tools employed by the Czech Republic that could potentially increase foreign bribery enforcement, including: detecting allegations through foreign requests for legal assistance, the use of non-financial forms of evidence, joint investigative teams with foreign authorities, and central registries for bank accounts and beneficial ownership information.  The report also makes recommendations to:

22/06/2017 – The Czech Republic must strengthen its efforts to detect, investigate and prosecute foreign bribery.  Seventeen years after ratifying the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, the Czech Republic has yet to prosecute a case involving the bribery of foreign public officials. This is a cause for concern, especially considering the export-oriented nature of the Czech economy, which includes high-risk sectors for bribery including machinery and defence materials. A new OECD report therefore focuses on identifying solutions to meet these challenges.

The Working Group on Bribery has just completed its Phase 4 evaluation on the Czech Republic’s implementation of the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions and related instruments. The report highlights the Czech Republic’s strong determination to improve its system for combating foreign bribery. It also identifies several law enforcement practices or tools employed by the Czech Republic that could potentially increase foreign bribery enforcement, including: detecting allegations through foreign requests for legal assistance, the use of non-financial forms of evidence, joint investigative teams with foreign authorities, and central registries for bank accounts and beneficial ownership information.  The report also makes recommendations to:

On June 9, 2021, my house was auctioned off. After my urgency, the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic, the day before the auction, on June 8, 2021, decided on my Appeal of April 27, 2021 - rejected. He did not deal with the essence of the Appeal at all. He ruled against the spirit of the law to my detriment. Demonstration of the "equality" of all citizens before the law!

I can get much better at the situation of Czech Germans, who also did nothing and their property was confiscated, which they built up with honest work. Then, as today, everything is according to the law, they just don't kill themselves today, they don't torture themselves - they just quietly liquidate themselves uncomfortable by making it impossible for them to work. References to laws do not relieve judges of personal responsibility for wrongdoing.

Sadly, formal law enforcement helps far more crime than decent citizens. Fulfilling the spirit of the law and seeking justice thus remains a fata morgana. The question is how long will citizens still enjoy this for their money and how long can such a flagrant abuse of the country's law and justice still afford ?!

Will free economic competition endure and the ongoing audit proceedings with the Czech Republic remain impartial?

China is successfully implementing Cheng Chengkung's millennial military strategy - conquering enemy territory without a single shot. J.Š.

By Magdi Abdelhadi

North Africa analyst

In Morocco they call them the occupied "Sebtah and Melilah". The rest of the world knows them as the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla in North Africa. They are the only piece of European territory on mainland Africa - a political and legal reality that has never been recognized by Morocco, which has continued to demand their return, along with four other smaller territories in the Mediterranean all in the narrow strait of Gibraltar.