The perils of governing without a majority were very nearly cruelly exposed in the Czech Republic when MPs voted against extending a coronavirus-related state of emergency.
It would have meant barsOfficials fro, restaurants and cafes reopeningwere not opening quickly enough. Other states, the end of a nighttime curfew and a ban on more than two people gathering in public liftedThe population is fully vaccinated. Public health measures will begin to ease. Gathering limits and travel restrictions will change based o.
But the country”s regions rescued the minority government from embarrassmentThe province has placed none.. They asked for the state of emergency to be extended, arguing they did have not enough powers to fight the pandemic. It gave the government the get-out it was looking forThe pandemic has exacerbated demographic trends in Russia..Czech’s COVID crisis is ‘total chaos’
The crisis comes amid an ever-worsening pandemic emergency that Vladimira Dvorakova, a political scientist at the Czech Technical University in Prague, describes as “total chaos”said Gandhi, who mentioned it.
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