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According to the Central Military Hospital (ÚVN) where he is hospitalized, President Miloš Zeman is not currently able to perform his work duties. Photo: Senate / press conference.

Czech Rep, Oct 19 (BD) – According to the hospital, it is also “unlikely” that he will be able to go back to work in the upcoming weeks. This message was announced by Senate President Miloš Vystrčil (ODS) at a press conference yesterday. The hospital did not publish the information “due to compliance with legal provisions”.

Vystrčil said that the time had come to activate Article 66 of the Czech Constitution on the transfer of presidential powers to the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies.

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