The ex-wife of former Czech prime minister refused to answer investigators' questions

The ex-wife of former Czech prime minister refused to answer investigators' questions

Partutovice : Czech Republic | Jun 25, 2013 at 4:22 AM PDT
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The ex-wife of the former head of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Czech Republic Petr Necas - Radka Nechasova - refused to answer questions from investigators, the leading cause of corruption in the higher echelons of the government of the Czech Republic. This was announced here today Edouard Brun, a lawyer Jana Nagiovoy main accused, was in charge of the Office of the Prime Minister.
"For her / Nechasovoy / were prepared questions, but ask her about what did not happen," - said the lawyer.
According to him, Radka Nechasova refused to answer the questions based on the articles of the Czech legislation, the resolution did not give evidence in the case, if they can do harm to someone from the family being questioned. Analysts believe that in this way Nechasova Radka wants to "cover" from the investigation of Peter Necas, despite the fact that at the moment is with him in a state of divorce.
The investigators wanted to question Ratko Nechasovu due to shadowing, which allegedly ordered her to establish the office of the prime minister's head . Jana Nagiova a week in custody, while still not fired from her job and is on unpaid leave.
Currently, Petr Necas is the acting head of the government. His resignation was accepted by President Zeman last week. The representative of the presidential office had earlier announced that today at 15:00 local time / 17:00 MSK / Milos Zeman will name a new prime minister.
According to the Czech media, do not rule out the possibility that in the near future investigation to indict Petr Necas suspected of corruption.

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