Prague On Wednesday, ODS delegates spoke at the club meeting with the statements of his colleague Vaclav Klaus the younger, with whom some of the delegates disagreed. CEO Petr Fiala expects Klaus to follow the club's opinion, CTK wrote. In particular, he did not want to comment on the situation, it is an internal matter of the ODS. Vice-President Miloš Vystrčil has previously stated that Klaus's attitude is on the verge of what is acceptable. Klaus himself did not comment.
"We spoke in the club, Václav Klaus ml, the club knows and I suppose it will follow," said Fiala. "I will not comment on more internal matters within ODS," he added.
The son of a former president has recently been criticized as an article in which he questioned the Czech military mission in Afghanistan. According to party member Jana Černochová, Klaus has provided false information. She advised him to give information, "who he understands & # 39; Cernochova did not want to say anything about the case on Wednesday. Journalists said that the opinion of the club in this matter was commented by the party chairman.
The statements of Klaus Jr. are on the point of limitations, says ODS Vice President
Facing his own side, Klaus also stood up with the announcement that he would support his father, Ladislav Jakl, who is a candidate in Prague 2 with the support of the SPD, during the elections in the Senate. On Monday evening Klaus wrote on his Facebook profile that he will vote for ODS candidate Milan Golas in Prague 8. "And I sincerely support other normal ODS candidates," he said, referring to Jaroslav Kuber and Jaroslav Zeman. However, he refused Mikuláš Bek, rector of Masaryk University, or former diplomat Pavel Fischer. "Supporting" independent "sunflowers – Bek (Brno), Fischer (P12), but I will not miss the head office," wrote Klaus.
On Wednesday morning, the debate on Klaus deputies was discussed by Vice-President Vystrčil, who is also the head of the Senate of the Civic Democrats. "We are not going to throw a wedge through our wedge, but on the other hand what Václav Klaus of today says in my opinion is on the edge of what is still possible and bearable," said Vystrčil. "If you want to be successful, you have to form a team and the team consists of people who work together and not soloists," he added.
He also said that he had asked whether the club would accept an opinion and whether it would be published. The problem would be that members of the club might say to each other, as in the family, he added.