Czech parliament to hold session to dissolve itself next week
PRAGUE Aug 8 (Reuters) - The lower house of the Czech parliament will hold a session to dissolve itself some time next week, opening the way to an early election, Deputy Speaker Jan Hamacek told Reuters.
The decision comes a day after the chamber voted against giving a vote of confidence to the government of Prime Minister Jiri Rusnok, an ally of President Milos Zeman, installed against the will of most of the parties.
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