Czech PM Rusnok expects full cabinet by next Wednesday
PRAGUE (Reuters) - New Czech Prime Minister Jiri Rusnok expects his full cabinet to be appointed by President Milos Zeman next Wednesday, CTK news agency said on Tuesday.
Rusnok is putting together a government after the resignation of center-right Prime Minister Petr Necas two weeks ago, but so far lacks sufficient support from political parties for a required parliamentary vote of confidence.
(Reporting by Jan Lopatka; editing by Mark Heinrich)
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