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And the price how much it is? Also Is better to choose for an alternative entertainment, like club or something? Sorry for my bad english, and thanks for eventually reply. France - A Dream Home. Living in France is one thing desired by many individuals. If you want to live in France then you have to get French property. You can read the advertisement section of the newspapers which has the section of houses for sale in France. After making a suitable choice, you should research about the properties for sale in France.
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Most of the time, you make an appointment. They are roughly twice more expensive, with limited service. Thanks for answer me, the guide is in Czech, i Can only Read italian and English: Hi Balmung , why don´t you check this site: Central European feelings are not easy to convey.
What makes public life in Central Europe unique is, perhaps, its wonderful imitable quality. There is nothing completely unfamiliar; everything looks like its counterpart in the West.
However, "looking like" in no way implies "working like. The Czech Republic has a Parliament, a democratically elected body that looks exactly like its Western counterparts; however, the concept of democracy adopted and practiced behind the walls of the building on Prague's Snemovni Parliament Street seems to be of a rather special variety.
If a survey were carried out among ordinary Czechs on what democracy means, the most common response would be that it is a system in which a majority rules over minorities. This simplified concept of democracy is nothing new, just a slightly modified version of the Marxist teaching on class struggle: Not at all, I am afraid. As recent events have shown, a class struggle of a new type is alive and well in the Czech Republic. It is not a simple switch from a proportional to a majority system, although it may prove to be logical and beneficial to the country.
Therefore, the number of electoral districts and methods of allocating votes in the second round are being fine-tuned, and elaborate calculations are being carried out in order to find the optimal model, that is, the one which best suits the "large" parties and deals a heavy blow to the "small" ones. Yes, of course, the small parties do object, but the two-party coalition has enough votes to pass the bill or even amend the Constitution.
After all, minorities ought to be suppressed Prior to last June's general elections, the parties campaigned aggressively against each other, trying to win votes by presenting the opponent as the Devil himself.
CSSD Chairman Milos Zeman made it clear, with all the subtlety he could muster, that ODS is a party of thieves and prostitutes, and when he wins, he will not hesitate to send all his opponents to jail where they obviously belong.
When this charming post-Communist pageantry was over, a hangover ensued. The election results showed that it would be extremely difficult to put together a majority government. Post-election negotiations resulted in an arrangement between CSSD and ODS which is not easy to describe using the traditional terminology of political science. The deal between the parties is entitled "Agreement on the Stability of the Political Environment" - colloquially called the "opposition agreement.
The two parties entered into a permanent coalition on the condition that the winner of the election would form a government either alone or with coalition partners the other party approved of, while the losing party would assume a position of preferred opposition.